Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE HERALD, DECEMBER 4, BLOOD WILL TELL! The Ctaplexioi Faitbtally Mirrtn Its Putty tr lajnrUy Massage, cosmetics and the like sometimes improve good complexion, and occasionally mitigate the badness of a bad one. But there is only one way to get that clear, satin skin, with the rosy tint of health glowing through, aiid that is by keeping the blood pure. Impure blood will shew itself. It mates the skin "muddy" or sallow, with pimples, blackheads or boils breaking out. It takes away the clearness from the eye, coats the tongue, makes the breath bad. It saps the energies and brings oa headaches. It is fatal to good health or to the highest happiness or usefulness. Purifying the blood is simply a question of keeping ike four, great eliminating kidneys, the. pores of the skin and the good working order. These organs should throw off all the worn-out tissue and other impurities which the blood is continually gathering up throughout the body, and all the waste matter from the food. The failure of any or all of them to perform these functions should be remedied at once, and it can be, quickly and certainly, by the use cf Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. One of the ingredients of these splendid Pills open up the pores of the skin, another regulates the bowels, a third gives ease and strength to the kidneys and a fourth clears the mucus membrane of the lungs so that the gaseous impurities in the blood can pass freely through into the air. Thus whatever may be the cause of the impure blood, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills remove it, and soou the veins are filled with pure, red, life-giving fluid. Then, and only then, will you have a clear eye, a clean tongue, a sweet breath and a perfect complexion. Mr. Richard Wilson, of Middlesex Co., "For sometmie I have been in a low and depressed condition. My appetite left me and I soon began to suffer from indigestion." Quite a number of small sores and blotches formed all over my I tried medicine for the blood and used many kinds of ointment, but without satisfactory results. What .was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood. At last Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills were brought to my notice, and-they are one of the tnost wonderful medicine I have ever known. My blood purified in a very short time, sores healed up, iny indigestion vanished. They always have a place in my home and are looked upon as the family remedy." SENATOR'S GOT AFTER THE AUDITOR-GENERAL Because of Wording in His Report Got Back at Them Ottawa, Dec. Senate took an hour of today to chastise the au- ditor-general and so thoroughly did their work that before the matter dropped the country's watchdog was badlv mauled- He wfis informed that'" although a capable man, he should not assume that senators were his inferiors, .while Sir Mackenzie Bowell voiced the opinion that If he did not know what bis duties were, parliament would have the unpleas- y of educating him on this subject. ne -ouMe arose over the corres- panted in the auditor's re- as -o the correctness of the dec- la-ation made by certain senators as to' their attendance at the session. This correspondence, the senate claim lu.i conveyed the impression through the country that some of its had drawn indemnity for 3 present on days when in reality they were absent. Evidently the auditor-general was ABOUT DAD'S COUNCIL BY THE LORD MAYORS SON Well, by is by Dad'a or- street, railway business will" be" settled on Monday. I've got a great big hunch that it will be set- tled like the cakes that mother used to bake when the oven went cold. There are a whole lot of things about the agreement which might act as risers to keep it up, but the whole darned business will be on the bum j because the baking powder of muni- cipal ownership is not in it. People of this burg are wise enough guys not to bite at the bait which other municipalities have swallowed and which somehow or another has found after a while to have a hook in and a string on the end of the hook. I haven't any doubt that Dad and the other men with him in the com- pany have perfectly honest inten- tions and wouldn't try to do the city LYCEUM IVIirrkt lllglU rjvicientiy uie a.uuj.tui-scntuj.i nons anu woumu t uv uu me- asked to explain why this correspond-j on a bet. They have showed them- ence was primed and today a letter j seives too good citizens in the past DR-MORSE'S PILLS 23 was read from Mr. Fraser. "I can assure you." wrote the. audit- or-general, "that I had no intentions and have not for a moment entertain- ed the idea that these statutory dec- larations were not made with good faith. I hope I shall not be found so far wanting in respect for the honor dignity of the senate." The auditor-general then explained Ithat he had noted a slight discrep- jancv in the attendance of certain sen- ators who declared themselves to in whole lot of good things about it to suspect them in the slightest de- gree of any ulterior motives. But they are not always going .to; run the show the chances are that the fellows who do run it after them would be a darned sight differ- ent. a municipal-owned street railway for ours. The agreement, .as I said, when 1' was passing the one-eighth flag, has been in attendance in the pro- iceedings of the senate. He had been I informed by the clerk that the at- tendance in the records was not to ,be taken as absolutely accurate but ithat the declarations were to be ac- j cepted. j He understood that in the cases re- j ferred to there was an error in the declarations owing to the fact some senators had expected prorogation [on May IS, whereas it had not taken 'place until a day later, ,when the at- tention of senators had been called to this discrepancy of their attend- ance. Therefore there was no danger of this incident being repeated. This ended the matter and the senators turned to bills, notably the French treaty. bill which had been incurred there. At the preliminary hearing today before J. S. T. Alexander, witnesses were heard from Movie and Cran- brook. The defence claimed that the bills had been incurred and the worth- less cheque given on account, so it was not obtaining money under, false JUltillU UJ LiLC WAA t-J-Hi _ _ cf obtaining money under false pre- pretences. But the magistrate was tences. When at'Moyie a another opinion and committed cheque was given in payment of ajhiin for trial THEATRICAL MAN PASSED BAD CHEQUE (Special to the Herald) Fernie, Dec. Quintard, of the Hortenie Nielson show, was arrested at Fernle on Mon- LORD BERESFORD IS VERY PESSIMISTIC London, Dec. Ber- esford. in speaking at Portsmouth, said that four years of government had been wanted and every year brought the country lower in strength credit and defensive force. "Put them in power once said Lord Chas. "and the end is sure. The army may be further rendered and the navy sent disorganization will grow worse. The dominions over seas will be fin- ally and forever. alienated and Great but there are some things that are not so good. The line is supposed to be first and foremost a radial rail- i way and yet the blooming old agree-; ment says that the first part of the ?j> track laid will be about three and a; ?p half miles in length inside the limits. If it is to be a radial railway j first, there is a sort of demented cell; chasing around my gray matter con- j taining the idea that the radial rail- i wav line should be built first and' brought direct to the business heart j good to me. The system is supposed to be for hauling freight as well as pass- engers and it seems, darn queer to me if that's the of the con- cern why they can't get a line closer than two blocks to the' station and the freight sheds. Then it is the evident intention of the company to try to bring school children to the schools. Of course the company don't know where the new schools are to be built, but the street railway does not seem able to get closer than about three blocks to the Central school. Of course every man who expresses an opinion as to the route er and the British Empire will pass away. -H.-I 11 M i: M-H-I i J I J T I We won The Cohe For the best add. in the Lyceum Theatre and we will endeavor to take the cake for the BEST STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIAL Try Us and be Convinced -I-I-H-I- _ i t t i X i I T T T T JL T i t f T Miss Verna Felton The Allen Players Will Present FARCE COMEDY Entitled 'All DUG To Diana j i i i I A scream from start to finish Prices: 25c 50c 75c A nice comfortable house with new opera just installed. SEATS ON SALE AT THE ARCADE UNTIL 6.15 P.M. Secure your tickets early and avoid the Saturday night rush. Miss Verna Felton where it will most benefit his own j property, for there's no doubt that in the business district at least the street railway increases the value of the property along its line, while the tendency will be to decrease the val- ue of tlie property on the streets that are away.from the line. This makes tlie axe-grinding business quite ser- ious to the down town property hold- ers, and there are a good many who don't like the way in which the route is laid out. j chase expensive jewellery in'Win- EXPRESS ROBBERY jnipeg and at Virden, there is still a two large sum to be accounted for. In and answer to a direct question today B. L. Howell, who is handling the legal end of the investigation for the crown Winnipeg. Dec. 3. Although arrests have now been made have gone about as rar as they ex- pect to go in the investigation of the robbery of the mails at Leary's Crossing on Nov. 1, considerably less than half the money stolen on 'that occasion has been recovered and even allowing for what is alleged to have and acting with Inspector Parkinson of the Dominion secret service refus- ed to say whether or not any informa- tion had been, uncovered as to the re- mainder of tie money. He admits HHU WlHtj A1CH- CA.i.4 been spent by Barnett in the pur-j that the investigation had not de- had become of the but refused to say there was reasonable ground for expecting that it will be found. In this; con--, nection there is a strong; rumor to the effect that the money was sent out of the city for safe keeping, that it is believed to be in the possession of a woman who was intimate with both. Barnett and Rowe. On that point those concerned in the investigation, are silent. HOTEL HAS A BAR Pincher City, Alta.. Dec. 2nd. Editor Letbbridge Herald: notice in one of your last week's issues in which you gave this district such an excellent write up that there is no place for the thirsty at the Alexandra Hotel. No doubt you were misinformed, but you might make matters clear Opened up Today, Di- rect from the T by stating that the Alexandra Hotel has one of the finest bars in this district, welt conducted, and where the proprietor prides himself on the quality of his liquors and cigars. Our" Lethbridge beer is always in i proper condition and the thirsty man j can be assured of proper and court- eous treatment. Yours very truly, F. M. COLLINS. The Citizens' Lumber Co, Baroness Road and Smith Street Great Falls Smelter Tied Up Because of Switchmen's not Get One Great Falls, Mont., Dec. hundred men are idle here because of the switchmen's strike, being unable to set ore out of the mines. Opera- j lions wore suspended yesterday as j they were unable 10 get the ore to i the" smelters. The Royal Flouring j Mills are without wheat and must i lay off five hundred men to-day. Oth-! or" industrial plants will be compelled to close unU-ss the strike situation i improves within a few days. chamber of commerce has resolutions condemning the officers of' the Switchmen's Union for refusing to arbitrate. A blizzard, raging ovet Eastern Montana is adding the j of the railroad officials, j A Shipment of Sea Grass Chairs and Rockers Designed for beauty as well as solid, comfort. These goods are greatly superior to the ordinary rattan and are wonderfully put together. For Saturday we are making a special offering: P.O. Box 684 Phone 25 4- f t T MOTHER A -in: i i M n n IT 1 1 -m H-H-M-I-H-fr.. Chicago, Dec. Tinoy Tohn- son, mother of Jack Johnson, cham- pion pugilist of the world, is in Chi- cago and living in the new home Jack bought recently. Mrs. Johnson has not seen Jack in seven years but is the proudest mother one can im- agine. She not approve fighting but is glad Jack is at the head of his ciass. This is her first visit to Chicago. All chairs for All 8.75 chairs for ii This Special is for Saturday Only TURPIN FURNITURE COMPANY EVERYTHING FOK THE HOME Ccnais'