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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE FRIDAY, DECEMBER Amsterdam, .rla London, Dec. train travelling between Vienna and b.udapest, with" .a number of person- ages who attended the funeral of Em- peror Francis Joseph, says o tekgram troni Vienna collided" with another train at Her- ozcohalen. 'Several cars ot both trains ware shattered, and it is many passengers were killed or injured. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Stamford, Conn., Nurse Tells How She Found Health. Stamford nurse ami suffered from a nervous break- down. I had no appetite nud could nol sleep at and ssthteg seemed to help nie. By chance I Heard of Vlnol, ami utter taking tho first bottlo I no- ticed an Improvement, and four bot- tles made me well and strong, it gave mo a hearty appetite, so 1 can sleop soundly night or day. 1 consider 1- nol a wonderful tonic." Edith R. turbos, Stamford, Conn. The reason Vlnol is so successful in such conditions is because it Is a constitutional remedy and goes to the seat of the trouble. It Is the greatest strength creator we know- due to tho boot and cod liver peptones. Iron and manganese poptonatcs and glycerophosphates which it contains, all dissolved in a pure medicinal wine. We have 3een so many wonderful recoveries like this right here In Lath- bridge caused by Vinol, that we fee! perfectly safe in offering to return money in every such case where Vlnol fails .to D. Higinbotliam Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. Ottawa, Dec. proved to be the greatest revenue month in the history ot the Dominion. Collec- tions from-all sources for the i slightly exceed CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol draggist. Braeat Button, aged 35, a workman at Calgary on the Central This is: Methodist church construction, drop- more than the total revenue for the i pad dead while on his way to work. Dominion'in 1SSO. For the flrst eight months of the fiscal year the1 revenue is slightly under an in- crease of over as compared n-lth the same period last year. Ex- penditures on capital account were against for the! corresponding period last year. I When allowance is made for in- creased interest charges, this is really a decrease. The expenditure on capi- tal account has been approximately Last year it. was 000. For eight months there has been a general betterment of forty million dollars, as compared wita the same period last year. A survey of the Alberta automobile registration records of the province shows that up to November 1st, there were 9225 automobile-owners licenses issued. Of this number 615G were wlllLiU IIUII-U Ulkj HUB, PILLS FOR Give "California. Syrup of Figs" Cross, Sick, Feverish, Constipated. Explains Reason for the Increase in Price of Coal Commissioner Grace, !n 11 letter to the Herald today, the prica of coal, says: "In reference Ho the Trades and Labor statement In tho Herald lut evening TO the price of coal, I wish to Btata that the Trades ami Labor Council should have called nie in before passing judgment, Room coal minors and all day labor received a raise of 10 per cent. In Sep- tember last. Tne ultimatum issued to nie by the miners on Nov. 35th, was 25 per cent, additional increase or no work. This makes a total of 35 per cent. The Trades and Labor Council mention that coal could be mined for S2 per ton. If there is any member ot the council who could mine coal for me at I have a position open for him. 'All materials hnvo gone up In pro- portion, and In many cases 100 per cent. All of these conditions have cut severely into the profits of the Grace mine, and I would be much .pleased It the old prices and old con- ditions could obtain nfialn. "As soon as I found tho strike was surely coming 1 spent ?250 to get the Jerry in shape to'try and take care of the extra tonnage. I also hired two extra men, one at per day and one at per day. "My Saskatchewan agent urged me to send my total output to him at f.o.b. Lethbridge, and a Lothbtldge business man offered, mo per ton for all the iiut and Black coal at the mine. "These offers J immediately turned down as I knew my flrst duty was to tho people of my own town. Most of them have appreciated it, and I beliove when the Trades mid Labor Council know the whole truth they too will withdraw tholr statement." James Tricke'tt, former champion sculler of the world, is dead in Aus- tralia at the age of 68. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted oil, calomel, cathartics, you hated them, how you tough' against taking-them. With our. children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well found- ed: Their tender little "insides" are injured by them. If your child's s.omach, liver and bowels lieed cleansing, give only clous "California Syrup -of Its j action is positive, but gentle. Millions i of'mothers keep this harmless "frui j laxative" handy; they know children I from points south of the Red Deer and j love to take it; that it never fails to 3069 from noints north of the Red clean the liver and bowels ami sweet Deer. There are 1705 cars in Calgary en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful. and 110S in Edmonton. There are given today saves a sick child to- j 3547 registrations from and morrow. o67S from the smaller places pud Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle country districts. of "California Syrup of: which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly, on each bottle. Beware of counter- feits sold here. See that it is made by 'California Fig Syrup Company." Re- fuse any-other kind with Tile uresent session of the supreme court is furnishing a number of later, estmg cases for the legal fraternity -of the province. The point raised yes- terday regarding jury trial in ceitain classes of civil actions is one. To- morrow will furnish, another when the Great North Insurance Co.: and- Car- son and Co. vs, M. Young, as sheriff at the JudiCMl district of Lethbridge This Is a test.case to establish the responsibility of a sherr iff .for the actions of his bailiffs. Two such cases are involved, but the same principle underlies both so they.are being tried as one. :Mr. Justice Walsh this morning landed down his judgment In the in- -terpleader action of O'Brien, Nalder