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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tuesday, September 10, THE LET1IBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Page u WOMAN TERRIBLE STATE Help in Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound, Believe. WM in before 1 took Lydia K. I'mkbara'i Vegetable Com- pound. My back aehedrxlillthought paloa ali over me, periodic troubles. I was vvry week and run down iuiJ vras losing hope of ever being well strong-. After taf- tng Lydia E. Flnk- Vegetable Compound I improved rabidly aad today am a well woman, t cairaol tell you how happy I feel and" I cir.not too much for yuir Com pound. Would not be without it in the house if it cost three times tho Gus. CHArMAJf, K. F. D. No. 7, BeuV Ohio. v BccKise your casa a difficult roe, floc.tors having done you no good, jo sot ecu'.tone, to tn'rTer without giving Lydia. E. Pinkhnn'a. Vegetable Corapouiii a trill It im-ely has remedied many cases of female- inflamma- tion, ulcerotlon, displacements, tamorj, Irregularities, periodic backache, it may be exactly what you need. Tho Plnkhan record is n protd and peerless cr.o.' It isn ricord of constant victory over tho obstinate ills cf woncn. that cJoal out despair. His an es- tablished fact that Lydin E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound .has restored health to thousands of such euITering women. Why don't you try it'Sf ycu Deed such a medicloo? I'VX'J'f! POlNDEXTER Of Washington, Roosevelt Progres- sive, who co-operated with Senator La- toilette In favor of the Urlff'blll. T1IK l.UWCKOl'S SIDE OF TIIK DKI'OHTATIOX OF THAW Water is Pure uncl Hcnlth Authorities' will In- vestigate Milk'Sup- "Gait hospital Is crowded to Hie ImEt riEbt now." This renmrk was dropped by Aid. Lovcrlng In" tie coun- cil chamber "I expect toe. next thing we will have to do will be to fEace bouaa for an e-vlensloa to the be "con inued. A "cumber of typhoid cases have niado tbetr appeamico' lately. It ia something in the nature of a small outbreak, but physicians do not thfnlt t will assume the serioua proportions of two years ago. Dr. Ixivoring says it not caused by oad water. All tests have sho that the city water supply contains EO colon bstcilU. H -is likely that a special teat wil raarte of the milk btlng f-olU In Oie city. Two years ago It WAS milk from one or two dairies-that, caused the whole outbreak. Tilie.clly health de- partment is investigating. BOWERY MOURNS "BIG ,TIM" Xew York, SepL late Con. gressman "Tim" Sullivan, the, hwro of Ihe left "an estate of tirie millions. Hft left nothing for charity, despite his generosity to the poor Tvhen living. The'.- whole Bowery mourns him. THE 7HRI1.UNO liSCflPC FROMJ BAGOFOrilorvSTHE (.EOALRE9- -TftPE TO PEl-ftV DflTE- OF THAVO'5 DE'PORT- Oi-O MEVO HAMPSHIRE HI 6.1 MftW BEING QU Ottawa, Out., Sept. The Atlan- tic steamship war is dealt with in a re- -SHOWING TMAW iW Coop ALL. FIRST PRIZE GOODS iJLUKlUinWNTKA Hiuo llJbtxm L'oficc ,ititl Eilne Ribbon Dating Powder have the sana good quality thai Blue Hilibou Tea Is famous for. Thoy are guaranteed superior to all others and if you any one of those articles you are at liberty to return It and have yc'jr isoucy refunded, but knoir you -R'.ll to keep tho CoUaJt, Onl., Cobalt special was derailed at mileage 49 on Saturday night, the" engine siruclc a terse bull moose, which at- tempted to cross the tracks. pouy trucks of the engine rails and the passengers were given a jarring. The moose vreighEd'ab- oiit two thousand pounds.- MISSIONARY ,DEAD Toklo, Eejit. Crosby iliere the age of 70! Iri.Juno last Dr. Qreene, was'" srn missionary in Japan board, was the Einpe with the third, class of the_ order "of the Rising Sun, the ilgbesl- hopor al its kind. COAL SCHOONER SANK WelUnd. Ont, Sept iu.The Uoyd S. Porter, a schooner loaded .with coal, sank in the canal this morning about four miles north of Welland. She was by the tug Meteor, J bound up. OfUdi London, Sept. intetfst tx-ltion, but a conference designated as Cartoon by Harry Moycr r-ort of Ibo Trade and Commferce ile- partmeat today. In all ptobabiliiy the result of the quarrel that has brok- en out between the North Gennan Hamburg-American lines, with regnrd to the division of the North Atlantic emigrant passenger trnfftc will be to provide 1hEs fell ad cHtlonal facilities for the transporta- tion of Canadian pro-luce to German ports, via Dos loo anil Baltimore at low rates. Sept. connection I with the present movement to lease ilie IMood Irjlian He-serve to farmers in Uie neighborhood of the reserve, the whole history of Ihe catile indus- try in tbls part of Southern Alberta comes up. Some time in the t-arly eighties the buffalo They csiprmJnuied, ruthlessly slaugh- tered toe their hides, and llift western plains 'were no longer profitable to buffalo In 1S7-J the P. K. Baktr Co. shipped from their rust at. Tort Denton, a total of lirime buffalo and tens of thous- nr.ds of young calves and aged bulls were Jeft to rot on Uie prairies. With the disappearance of Hie buf- falo, cattle barons began to use the prairies of Southern Alberta as rang- ing grounds. JOG McFarlane, of the old .I'loneer Ranch near Macieod, Is from dali. Xo person Is allowed to purchase more than a quarter section until that amount, is paid for. The f result is that on nearly every quarter section a family Is settled, and In- tensified farming is the rule. Already two towns are well begun, having schools, Mormon houses, good residences and many modern conveniences. Near Gka- ivood Hves President tMwIn J. who is directing Ihe work of colonlza- Hill Spriflg, built on an oUl ins and roundup Bite, has even a ysiem of inur Collector of Customs Ec- plies -to Complaints Published Recently "If the stockmen of Southern btrta. have been caused any delay when entering the port at Co'Jtts with .their live stock, it is not the fault of the customs said Mr. Shaw, collector of the cus- toms'- at this pointj through which all ULC business of the Coutts out- post must pass." The' regulations in said to have brnugbt in the first bunch of catile that roamed the southern range. It is said that >fc- Farlane milked a hird of dogies and sold butUr for TPC a pound. In 1876 Lynch and Kmerson. brought in a bunch oE heifers which they sold to settlers as Uity came into the coun- try. Ed. Mannsell, whose cattle now range over his lease ou the Indian reserve, got hia first herd out .uuncll. Then came Hobert Jt.P.P., and the Hatfield outfit, Patterson located on tlie Belly river and Hatfield on the north fork of the AValertoii. Rut the first and largest catllo own- er to settle in the south'ivas the late Senator Cochrane, or.ce of Major was his manaEer. The Cochiane cattle first ranged In Iho MARQUIS GRADED NO. t Indian Head, Bask., Sept. rst of Mils year's wheat to be ship- ed from hero was loaded on Friday r: J Saturday, u he n the We s I er n Flour Mills Co. loaded two cars .oC quis wheat for Wilson and Wil- Eon. Tho wheat is all of good iiallty and will N'o. 1 Northern. field of Martinis wheat'on tho Ex- erimental farm yEelcled over forty- ivo buEhels to the Strong vinds on Saturday interfered vrith Uie breshiug to some extent, hut t2ie wea- ther continues clear and warm. thej' grant- entry, free of duly. II importers would lake the trouble to" find .out these they would, save themselves considerable ol tXc. annoyance referred to iii tlie- account in Saturday's Herald. As fjr as the returning ol the papers from Ottawa is, that is out of our department altogether, and ii j rivers, and extending al vicinity of and the village or Cochrane. The first winter proved disastrous owing to deep snow. The remaining remnant were driven soutl to the rich and 'well sheltered range lying between the Water ton and cited by Lord I.orcbutn's proposal lor a i-onterenee on the bc.r.e rule jor not. serious- ly meant nor can it he. sejtmisly dis- tiiiestion continues -unabated-. ..The Spectator" (Cnioa, political manoeuvre or even as ,a regacU to the free cattj- of pure Dred ft NEW TEA GOWN by Polret, Paris. Tilla nickel shows the modifitd spill rtirl -tict a very chit and becoming coil effect. FOR WOMEN'S AILMENT3 Dr. Marl-l'a Pills havo been (he Standard (or 20 years .ind for_40 Veari preicrlbcd and retomrnefided by. Physicians, Accept no other. At all. drug' gists. rule hill. Liberal journals which welcou.e the suggestion, that ths ac- ceptance of the principle ol .homo rule must be. the essential preliminary to the opening al any negotiations like- ly to prove truitful.-This same -yjcv is also emphatically nillon in the Telcsiaph this morning. _ t arc obvious indications .that many LiBerils diatrcst the utility of the proposrd conlerence and even regard the suggestion tat I re- present moment as "'a tactical mis take. Thus, the "Nation1 the gorernrpent. sum- mons such a ccrMerercc it would he more than uncivil, it ivould he c'hur- and politically unwise in a high ernment has been deceived deprec lor refuse to 'Conservative journals, welcome the proposal as a source o! enrtarrass- mcnt to the government, and prac- tieally all ol them lay it down that the first the. conlereDCC !s the dropping 61 the present homo take part. Mo harm can come-ot.dis- cussibn in whatever form it takes, so long as it is thoroughly undic- stood that there are some'principles which tree Unionists will never give away. We fear that what' Lrjrd Lbrc- hurn's. policy amounts to, is .that while the government should yield a iittlc the Unionists should' accept principles which have ne-ver before been accepted thfm as a" political law, and must be adhered to. And furthermore they are a pro- tccfiori'to the farnier and stockman, our friend-from Kimball has let the matter go for three years, tlcte is little chance of his doing anything in the matter lor Ihe regulations state that the final settlement of all claims-must be made uithiri a year of the entry. "Whether-'therc is any truth in the statement that .the quarantine grounds arc unfit for the. grating of stocl> v.hile in 1 know- nothing about the 'matter, tint 'it is as well as to the true. If these -shippers would against the fraudulent entry 1 appeal to'-lhe.proper authorities they supposed to be pure bred. The past in thts regard, and the sendjng of the" registration papers to Otta- simply lor Pure bred Stock docs enter fi-ee- of duty, goTcrnincnt are going certain that, the slock is pure bred (he question -say.s, Irish settlement by tho exlremc danger nl consent, but position is wiser men Suppose for instance'the Tory party were to come forward with a mea- sure of general devolution in its miracle can ue done on earth today. Karl ivrlfcs to the Times to- true nidotl and attitude of concilia- NURSE MASSEUSE MANICURIST "Conpaught Beauty Parlors" Under the personal direction of Mrs. A. H. Alien, late of Vancouver, B.C. Mioiio CONNAUGHT Suite MANSIONS Eight forl hy parties. lirllast and Dublin' despatches fo- day indicate (hat ihc appeal has been a complete failure In Ireland. Irish unionists simply won't listen Jo'the suggestion either of compromise ot coherence so long as the present bill is In the field, uhllc nationalists re- gard the appeal as an attempt ta de- prive them 61 iho.rcsv.Us ol (he tar- gain niado. between their parly and the government by which the latter has bttn Itcpl jn office. They..regard the proposal as ntisotulfly useless unless the-unionist party ac- ccjjts tnf principle of an Irish par- liament at Dublin. undoubtedly be. grant in. the'privileges as Ihey require in ONE OF THE STRIKERS AND HIS CtUB itcd such this re- gard." Mr.'Shaiy'says that there has been liltle complaint in' regard to tho ne- cessity o! raying duty at the border, until tlic'governmenl is satisfied that the entries are bona folc pure breds. If the shipper desires, he may get Iho American papers beie-re he ships, send them fo Ottawa, ar.d when he receives his certificate the shipment, will pass the line without being, as-' scssrd. Ann" as soon as his Canadian certificates arc returned' he may ap- ;ply for a refund on any duty paid, get it. And unless the papers ;have. been lost in tfie .mails it will 'Inot lake two years, according to Mr. I Khaw, to get the refund. STRICKEN IN .PULPIT Winnipeg, Sept. the open- ing sentences of Ms Sunday morning sermon barely utlefed. Her. F. DH- val, M.A., of'Knox'church, lean- ed heavily on his reading desk, ond then reeled back In his'chair, stricken an attack' of'heart failure. He was carried from the church helpless anil medical aid ministered. It will tie several days before the reverend gentleman; who Is one of the best known Presbyterian divines In Canada recovers' most to the mountains and Lakes. The tract comprised some GT.OOC acres, one-tenth of which was allow for many lumdred acres of the Coch inriG r.incli, and on this Irrigntetl lar. aifalfo, llmolhy and bromc grass vj siown for winter feed. Ilut.-fairniin was by no moans tho.bup.nKs of tli Cochrano Ranch Co.. Cattle rnlstn ivoa 'what occupied Ibc time and ta i enls of the incmViers and ,thc men The Cochrane was the largest an best stocked in the Canadian west, and with Us cattle raising an intimity on a large scale is no more known. Six dollars an aero for all of Iho 07.000 acres to the Ilaoch Co. Tlit offer iyn3 mad? by the Mor- mon church, through the Canadian prtsldcnl and promptly accepted by its owners. A roundup ot the stock was at once begun and 12.00" head turned over lo n firm In for Mils figure Incfudlng fiaddle horses, hay and ranch equipment. remainder of tfio callte Trere driven to near Medicine Hat, and In the course of a year a cattle ranch sat? thousands of stfUers Ing in and taking homes, The Mormons began Uicir prepara- tions for (.c.onizallon systematically, as arS making their advance throughout ccuutry by, bre large tracts in con vent ?nt places, and stm'eylng on. this improved land, H is being sold-for from to an a'crp and mostly, It ought carefully to bo noted, to Mornioni MR. THAW'S MOVING DAYS Thfc map will assist In following movements of Mr, Harry K, Thaw, young tourist from Matteawan. In an automobile he was headed across'the border for Norton Mills, and proceed- ed thence to Averill. Left with the ss correspondents he then rilrecTarv other automobile and proceeded into w Hampshire, To Ihe Qld Home In Scotland, EngUncf arid Continent can'be towett cost, Large new eteRmera. Weekly eallluga. Reserve- ac-' coraniodillou! nor. For full Information Mb railway or (gent, or, H, E, LIDMAN, Genenl 349 Main. St ;