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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 22, 1913 TIIE LETHBRIDOE DAILY IIEKALD GREATEST HEADACHE CURE. IN THE WORLD Twte of Cbroilc Dysppli By SHAJasy, Hon. Duncan. JIarsliall, minister o agriculture, that full detail state mfrnt as to the cost ol elevators at present owned companies bav( neon handed to the' governraent hi directors, the total amount was in the neighborhood of which would be voted if legislation th! session. SCORES OF THOUSANDS VIEWED DEAD BODY''OF THE OBSEQUIES hundred and tei licenses have Xew Ycrlt, Sept. inovjng se of umbrellas th New York City as young ani old, tiio-jfiands strong, gathered ti play a part in thb public funeral o Wm. J. Oaynor, late niayor o[ .Now Near, onj the thousan sUt issued by the licenser ol the go-'Ka- meat since the passing of the w ta )h h quiring all pool rooms In the piov- Tho ha ir.ce to be Heeded on July 1, last. m lessened to a drizzle at times tb morning -wore on. The; stretch o Broadway, ItadJng f ontb from the Oil Hall to Trinity, early manned b police In preparation for the body ehortiy before 11 o'clock. A mission to the church was by card o ly. The clergymen, selected to of: ''As originally drafted, the act gavo licensing ot Pool rooms to muaicipal- Itlea, but smallor munioipalitles lo'Jnd aiffioully. on account ol loral feeling in enforcing the act, and re- quested the government to adminis- .ter the act under. the attornev-gencr- nl's department. The license fee is for the first table, and Jl.lor- each 'additioual table. The prohibits any person under tie age- 61 seventeen being em- ployed about a pool room, 01 bowl- ing alley, or a pool room. Pool rooms are required to close at midnight and eleven o'clock on Eat- nrdnT sights, though municipalities can pan a hylaw requiring them to olate the Rev'. Wm. T. Mannln Same of the most daring naval feats ever attempted, are accomplished Chinese They art quick and wiry, and very supple In iheTr move mcnls. The above picture fihows 18 or 20 of them clinging in a inaas and Ing lowered by a pulley to the water1! edge, a dirrtance of hundred eet. Did it Ever SAYS ULSTER'S DEFIANCE .IS HO READY FOR REBELLION City Renewed Accident Insurance (Continued From Front That we have at least ten different modern machines for laundering collars. Chief among these is our 'PROSPERITY COLLAR MOULDER' This machine is the luti-st lypo known to the Laundry inule and wo installed the FIRST ono tlii.t was sold west of Winnipeg. It does the most ptM'lYi't work of any machine in usir today, for lliis particular work. You slioultl seo il. Tf the good people will give us the. pat- ronage am trying to jneril, we can em- ploy at least tweniy more deserving while women. Lethbridge Laundry Co., Limited I'liouc 45 C. S. Farrow, Manager rector of Tilnlty; Bifhop David H. M. Greflr, and Biahop O. nurch. Alter the iervlcei the funeral pro- moved slowly over Brooklyn Bridge, and thence to Greenwood cem- etery, Brooklyn, for Iniermenu London, Sept. defiance i no bluff, according to Sir Edward 'arson and General Richardson, rrbo completed tleir swing arouBd the counties of Down and Antrim, on Saturday. Those In close toiicii claim :bat the tour revealed a. perfect.mill- ;ary organlatlon of a, hundred-tfcous- ind volundeora. On Saturday, in par- ticular, peers' sons and yeomen marched shoulder to Bboulder.'-led by retired officera'who have seen active Tho organization is claJmefl to be complete to tbe list salter but- ton. WJrelees stations and. helio- graph flashed the- progress, of the Inlookers say the "cavalry and infantry drill like In each village reviews were held-la private grounds, where also are pri- vate title ranges. Supporters of the movement hint darkly at secret ar- senals. The men In the ranks 5ay they ex- pect to light A quarter million of the women of Ulster have signed tto pledge to assist, and each troop has Its corps of uniformed nurses, which turns out fully equipped every even- Ing. "The crisis has moulded Ulster into a says one enthusiast, who went on tour with Caraos. "Countesses, girl operators, mill [lands, clerkg, and gardeners I strive for one common enA and ank is forgotten in the deadly aerl of preparations." TREASURER OF Medicine Hat, Sept. Fred- rrlcfc at present Accountant M. the'cKy ball'here, has own ap- pointed treasurer tojhe cllr of Wey- ourn, Sflilr., and will leave Medlclno llat the end of the present month lo tcXe up the 'duties of hia new po- Mr.'lnwftrds was succeasful In com- t-etiUon wILh a large number of Ippllcants. and his many years of ex- perienco may bo counted upon lo Itfind htm In good 3tcnd in bU new "M-BRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS BLACK FLY BITE CAUSED DEATH Then h only one explanation for tfce of enlhtiaii.ttic letters we receive praising jNa-Dni-Co Dyspepsia TitbletSt Br.il tbat in tbat these tablets certain qr do cure any kicd of rtoniach trouble. Here to A typical letter froni ilisa liliza Annsworttiy, Can so, M.S.: with pleasure 1 write in form von that jour Na-Bru-Co TabhU have proved of great value. to we, I tried remedy after remedy bul trithtnrttnylastinggood. Hiving heard of your tablets curing such w rclue I decided to give tfeem i trial, Ther piOTtd salisfactory In my Tbe success of DjtpcpiU Tablets is such a success us tin only come to an compounded aecoTiUr.f; to an exception' good formula, irom pure ingre- dients, by ejqxrt cnemuts. If you are IronbW witfi your stomach Jtul ,nk yotir UrnpgUt about Nn-Cru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, compounrkd by tbe National Drnjc and Clicmiral Co. cf DoiiUttion fit a box MJ Young Mm Wat Oirt on Survey Party Bitten.and Wounds Qe- cime Infected Toronto, Sept. Motbe- nt eldest son of Rev. J. A. Mathe- of Gvey county, died hero today. The young man had beon connected rllh ft C.P.H. survey party In north- rn Ontario, and a fow weeks ago was averely bitten by black Ilius. Tho wounds becamo Infected. The allont started for Ws home anil upon arrival Tfas examined by a To- onto doctor, who found the prilns In his leg due to polEOn.ng. The yo'ing man was at onco a'ent to the hospt- al. and received every possible at .enllon, the poison rapidly working ;hrough bla aystem and septic pneu- monia act in. MATTER FOR PEOPLE Alderrr.an Lapolnle Run for Montreal Montreal, Sept. wll! be sent out a siting Alderman L. A. La polnle to be a candidate tor the Boan of Control (n April next. whether lie vould consent to run Alderman Lapointe aaid that lie wa in the hands of the people. Alderman Lipojnlo has been a mem ber of tJie rlly" council for o twelve years, and- he la a financla ciilic. He a locmber of parllamon hut under tbo exiting law ho won: have lo from the commons i he became cohtroHeT. So lifs mato decision to "retire" frcm parllfl ment would rest In part vitti llic Ut era! party, "I'm not. sure that the firm ol Skellh have a legal right to this business on account o: Atd. Skeitb's position. Bkeith: I don't think there is! any., doubt about It when insurnnec: matters are concerned. Aldermen on the council have always been given a yOjUou the city's Insurance and the .estioa never raiEed. The Acting-iliiyor laSsed the ques- on also. He did nol think It was Sally right that an alderman should ntler on city business, City Solicitor Ball was called in. e gave his ruling as above, eaying hat'h'o was on the Regina city coun- 1 yrtie'n the matter was threshed out and tbey had gone to Chief Jus- C6 Haul tain fC7 a decision. They ad also coTiEiderpd Ontario court de- siotis and H to be perfectly egal for firms which an alderman appened to bo a partner to tender n city insurance, on the ground that ley" were merely acting aa agents for insuranco company whlch wrote nd 'carried the Ineurance. Claims of Successful Bidder WJ.F.-elEon, of tbe Atberla Loan nd Investmor.t given an op- oriu'nlty to address the meeting. He aid that last year the council was on Iho point of giving the Insurance to ON. F. D. MONK: WILL RETAIN SEAT Sept P. TJ Jonk, ei-ministor of public works the Bordcn cabinet, who no ppnared In the house since his much omniented on resignation, d to resume his silling at thb com ng session. Mr. Monk, who kept away from puh ic life since last year, eicept on one r two occasions, 'when no Js.Sfiet lalements as to his disapproval, b he naval contribution, has been in 1 heallh, and Is still on a travelling csl. Col. Alphonsc Andclte, one ol hi: ntlmate f-rlends. Is the auUibrlty fp lie announcement of Mr. Monk's re ippearance in the house. "I have been Bald Colonel, "to Mr Monk will tnko his seat as soon isrllament opens." "What will he hla altitude toward its he was askeil, The same as said Cot. And ette. Henry M. Hanlo, foreman :of th machine department In the Spies Fnrnllure Company's tAcloryftt Ha; ovor, lost his lift band, NaDruCo Laxatives specially good 'lot children because _ pkisani to take, gentle', la !t action, do not irritate Iht bowels ror develop n rittd for continual or incrcised doses. 35C. a box, your Druggist'j. Draff Llnilsay at per hundred, when' he stepped la and cut the rate l.SB, saving Ihe city over Us company was a non-hoard com- iany, which maiio it possible for him o do so. At tbat lime Aid. Shclth and Bowman and Mayor Hatch, all in- irauce men, had voted against his ender being accepted, on the ground hat It was a non-board company, and might not, therefore, be able to meet ts obligations to tho city. However, .he council had found that Ihe Guard- an had met all claims, two of which were death claims, with another claim pending. They had made no money m-the insurance last year; In fact, lad lost. On this ground ho askeii renewal of Ihe Insurance with he GnarJi.in. Ho also charged that when ex-Aid. Bowman had been grant- ed.the privilege of realloling the fire insurance zomo time ago, his Com- pany' had been Jobbed out of much of it He claimed that the Alberta [.can and Investment Co. had more money invested in the city of Leth- and paid more taxes than any other concern. Hut Because they held the liability insurance, their tire in. gurance policies were cut flown great' ly. As for Ibe action of the board companies In culling under him this year, they had so after he had his tender known at the last regular meeting of the council'. They wero try-' Ing to drive the non-board companle- out of the field, if the council award- eS'the Insurnnrc'to ono'of the board companies this yea-, It would result In weakening the non-board company which had effected a saving of J2000 list year, and next year the council Irnisht expect the hoard companies to go back lo the J2.00 rale. Only Asked Same Action Aso.ulth thon.presented the for his company. He salt! that last year, ho asked for a renewal of the liability insurance with tho Railway Passengers Assurance Co. The Guardian had come in and cut his rate to He was given no opporlur- Ity. to tender. Ills rate, was hnoun when Mr. Xclson unlimited his figure. He liought the council had done right in accepting the lov.-esl otfer bst year. All he wanted Kas that the council do tho same this year again. His company, In fact, all board companies, had given orders to meet all culling by non-board companies by greater cuts. Acting-Mayor Causes Deadlock j II was then moved by Aid. Hamilton and seconded by Aid. Williamson that tho insurance bo given to the E'm- ployera' Liability Co. The movers voted for. -Aid. Aird voteJ against. Aid. Lorericg then exercised that ure. rogative of'the chair, which has been grasped by chairmen tjvicc before this year, and cast his This made the vote a tie. Aid. Skeilh did not vote. It was-asked why he did tot The answer came that being an iotcrested parly be had no right to vote under the" city charter. Cily Solicitor Ball staled that he had advised Aid. Skelth not to vote. Aid. Alrd made a motion that the Guardian be'given the ineuraricc. He could find no seconder, Aid. Lovering being In the chRir, so he could nol get his motion before the meeting. It was a deadlock. Afler considering or several .minutes how to break It, motion was passed, referring it to Iho finance'committee of the council. The meeting then adjourned till 8.30 The. evening session was almost a repetition ..of tile afternoon, except that AW -Williamson was absenl, and AW. McN'abb took bis place. It nat- urally appeared from the first that Aid. McNabb would be the man lo settle the iiuesllon delay. He first of all raised the nuestion of the legality of the Skelth Wilson lender. On learning tile decision, he said: AW. McNabVs Views "I think Aid. Skellh should have stayed out of It. It would have look ed bettor. Before tenders were call ed for, I would have been in favor of renewing the insurance with tin Guardian. But now that tenders have been called we arc going to have a hard time eiplalniug why we do no accept the lowest tender, and sav feel about It. But If we give tin insurance lo Wilson ft Skellh, we an SOing to be criticized. It we don' we will he criticized also. Ir I bai this morning, I do not beltev would have cast my vole EO that tb lowest tender would have been ac ceptcd But It certainly does nol loo' right for Aid. Skelth to be mixed u in city busiriesB this way. Acting Mayor's Vote Again It was moved by Aid. Aird and sec ondeJ by Aid. that the Insir ar.ee be gKen to tho Alberta Loa and Invcotmcnl Co., at 11.35. The yoto stood: Against Hnrailto-j For Alrd Ixiverlng All) McN-aob dill not vole, Aid. Lov erlr.fc In the chair casting the decldin vote "Jhsy'rs Great" Bt Sure You See the Name, NORTHERN mum you for your morMy. ttvrttMrn OvMWIlo bvt WMT cut and Knim tttnig Union The most modern and sanitary building a equipment in the province PURE MILK AND CREAM Good service E. Pelletier, prop. 4 miles north of We'll see that you're satisfied Phone turd 114 'LIZA CROSSES THE ICE AGAIN Some bear profits have been dropped In Wall Street this week In the hurried retreat of the bean. The shorts In tome ttocki, such at the Union ific and C. P. R. were severely punished. SLEEPY HOLLOW short Sleepy Hollow, Sept. Osbey and Matlieson's separator waa burn- last Friday night. Mrs. Hollo Vincent Is improving slowly. _ Miss Olailys Wnlklns has gone back to Mrs, Geo. Bairow'B after visit at home. Nine threahlpg outfits doing business between Milk River station find the mouth of tho Verdigris Coulee one day last week. Nick Zelzcr's outfit is making the fllraw fly days. Mrs. Joe HcKnhjhl Is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Blolr, and her two little, glrla from Mr. arid Mrs. Sharp of Jackson Mich are visiting their son, Alvln After an.atence of over three years they naturally notice many Improvements In this part o the c-ouMry. Messrs Sharp and Cornwall's thresh Inff outfit Is making abort work of the golden grain from tho (ijaff this season. William Fulton, C. P. R. agent at wife, aro visiting Me sister, Mrs. John McKnlghL Nineteen men are- now charged with robbing freight cars .at Brldgeburg. have been arrested. Three men were electrocuted near ,'articr Isle, Quebec, when a cable on which they were pulling came in con- tact with a high voltage wire.. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, i !._. Vt'.r.n'.fti', ;