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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 6, J910. ts Thritc Doctorsc Attended Dr. Worway long, been known that the bal- raraic odor of ;tife ncvcly cuX and invigorates the and. -consumptives improve and -jevive amid, tjlie pines. Since but can.cOmmaad'tlte'hKUry of a visit to the pineries, it good newsvto'many to knoTt; t'oat the essential healing principle of ttbe pme .has ".been, .separated, and refined, and combined ,with other.absorjb- expectorant and soothing medicines "of'recognized'worth, in, the manufacture .of Dr. Pine Mrs. Charles rBathurst, writes: "I thought I and.' 4et, you" know- the benefit I have received through' the use of your. Dr. Pjne ,Syrup.'. Three years "ago T had- "Corisiioaptrbn doctors attending and'they we're" very; much alarmed abogt my con- I weak and miserable I could hot do. my, housework. While looking.through your 3J.B.8. almanac I saw tliat Dr. Pine Syrup was goocTfor weak lungs so I gotja bottle., and after taking ten battles 1 was-com- pletely cured. .At that time "I. weighed. 135 pounds and now weigh-172, a gain of. 37 pounds in three years. -J'now keep it in the house all time arid would not" bs without it" for I owe my it." Price- 25 cents at all dealers. Manu- factured-only by TSe'T.'Milburn Limited, During November 22: cases police1 eourt, according, Chief conduct: large 2, Xir-eafrms two months only ar rested for decreases, showing an average one every' .other -day. were summoned lion Gallons of Water Pumped No- vember showed that gal-, loas had per- mits were isspeOy ;-the- of the City Milk RISK The-; .tieailii report of the November aiilic of butter .fat was Chambers ;.rJ ohnston. -i.U; meters' 'i 'Mr.- Re w" also. repo on AffiL. Sunday. .v cases were .tried a raise v pretenses- indecent''assault 2j forging 1; vagrancy 5.; poinlmgfa gun lamp s'. which the ci ty" propose m- stall iih'at oPthe Meileowii Cb.yior a rep Works'' ''SSri .nii: should bridge" Worics lamps. ;_dogs, fines. tax pi? were, lat'ter-tender rcomplaifled -also-thatv-the -heating i'a- reportedA-t-O; measles 1, ;scariet ".fever." lt-diphtheria 2. He, had baa -.-ic-aJSJo.vembr six. CITYBEPOETS Big fbr It .isreigSusejl every, of is Vne. men: r ness A throat and, cokti. S.Woliln 14, i 7 '.No.? 1 -ton. Burton, -Lefr'Stoddapd, Leigli B. Young, Le'thbridfge visitors'.: ih> 'Dec. "6 ,-huildih jypvember .shows.- permits year.--These included permits close JOlUlUff ffiCtOry 'urder irial ;Moyd TMnks They Are Kot Safe- Proposition lor a Bet _ Lloy'trs -.ralfe" (juot- ;'ed -Jto cover.HUc' _iisfc, f a' Unionist; -13' !s6igei'- .'derwriters. -arei mainly or-an'Ave "'feti'.'at said', they.; had -no com- of Theyv'had- "daji considj- Arable impression idn adverse ties parts of; the count-rj-; ;th-eir oppdnent-s 'they were. having -it. ali Whatr ever,' during next .lew- .was .inconceivable; tne.' election' with-. -an amount ot supr: porf sufficient'-'rto-- -vgive "them- aTtd'aiith'pTity great-'-coiistilsa'tosa! -r evolution. I goiag and. -David> ITffi for Jiis afc JEdinburgb, is It ''-on some not quite so positive v "tlie-jpreiiminary-- trial J Helena, Philip TiHinghastl! 'last" when. ;-he said death -was receiver" of First ''-National" During of Billings, brought- against Elmer found.' none 1 E..-Esselstyn in the .federal, court" to-' siim.-of he inflicted' before last-, alleged to be dueson-a six months' been caused by jpromissory-note. complaint alsq bottle. Conr asks attorney feesi- mvidi.onirtheV is ..brought ;against Mr.- [''ing, rh.u'a, and indic'a-t- treagurer, -been-- -dragged Mil vKis profits _, _..____.IS, your to jdo some buyinglat pilcis never be and have beeitt life history of Lethbridge. the goods are and look us and for every saving man Woman: in genuine the r __ tC iSiem? Remember this ,is a must be sold. Timet s these prices. Can you of '-'inelo--, it ,'uv BaWour at again 'challieriged state ..submit f erred. t'qia.TelereridumC- Burrtlejr struptwe- on the f oundatip.ns- "tesentatiyer gov-ernment. LA-TE RESULTS na'usea the effects of; con- w' reliable: wraedy Is. emptlesttbe bowels without the sKghtest 2fc. R; BONE Copyrighted 6ft vby1 joint-afrange-f ;m entf of d.rand. ..ThiliTo rb nto> moderate Dec. fJOJly :England. th'eiri every-., ity..' 'Liverpool' anSl swept by ".'cry v, f ol- IpwiagQaie. the results ter day's poiiings wMcn were seats.) Green "Liberal Joknsoix, Unionist; -Libs' Laoor, 132 -Labor: i- onrTinae -Sbbrtt, V: fr unchanged." Labor, Ridley, Un-.'. '.j. j Some7: members Ver-Seai b: tomorrow: -Jor the Christmas. Holidays. G.' Waddington the; :R. A. Smith- gaye on' English the and said there are' Tbtefs land who paid ;ty parochial mor. whether.; in.-; beer or'tobacco their _ votes would.--1 inil-, lionr; British, and until.; .such. _ voters .be up to; fact the colonies'-.'have hope'11 ol being important .matters in the British-.parliament, Mr Smith advocates- aJ directrcash .subsidy to the from, all'; the. colonies, Cents' r Eegular now Tweed aiid Friese your ol "store. in- the At. less "than inyolce 'prices Lined Buck English Cord Work Eeg. -JSfow for .-WT.-. fine line, at- Extra Specials! Excefda Handkerchiefs, are clearin "these Iliie W winter caps at _____ 60c Pine leather belts .35o 3 only Shoiit Sheep Lined Coats at 3 only Long Corduroy Sfceep Lined Coats Baton price S16.50. Work Shirts. Giovss, Mitts, Felt's, Rubbers-and everything the working man nseds, gcing regardless of profit. V-Peabody's Overalls, Presidsnt Suspenders 35c Cotton Gloves" pairs for ,25c A new every London, It is-' rumored that Tlall -in -..Dulwich, in- favor ;-Bonar- that- seat- -in his attack- on 'North-west; Manchester. Half our, "Wi A stor the Unionist, candidate for. Plymouth, re- the -working referen- duiEi, says each voter have the 'right, to. give one "vote- and. no: more. There.- will be no, plural voting, and "thei gross inequalities due, to- a differ- ence in .the. .size of ,constiituenci-es -will be avoided. INSANE ;tlie: facej" Hands ;'aife at''.- t' lastr iitin. y are liiinseif he -feno sucfii'isv tn.e, ttie from above to ectj has the: case in ipiarge.''' It' :may: dermis .his. .face his i-the -oe? tradigand -t was- .consequent ly necessary that its trade be.. maintained; in such naion- ofe of combination-, cauld attack 'it, and" ttie only way to nxent., He remain at. hisijjipine on. Bompass -where will' have a.t. -the, -hands- trained yomis wite" of market, in. the., facnirerV as" 'sh'e- was. the "onlr" nation capable of But since tirae T: been started in every country, stands alone-as. a free; trade country', has-not-ten peF-cent. Fines MocloTes Mitts ular take tliem .at 65c e 6iffewelrylcft to be out; at- less than- cosfc. Underwear- Underwear- Weoly 'garment 65c- Femiian's regukr BOW per garment 4! GKEEN .SIGNS FOR YOU GBEEN, SIGNS FOR MONEY 110 ROUND STREET Portage la Prairie-Teach- er Walks Streets in, Nude f Portage La Prairie, Dec. deniv becoming demented this morn- E. Cutler, a teacher m i-the.-West Ward-school, left her ings about, eight o'clock: and with- 1 out .a stitch-of clothing on, was wau- arouurt the streets, bhe was 1. only out a. short time when she was in.charge and removed to the !.j hospital. She was severely frost-bit- iiiss Cutler cam-e here this fail ij front and-had a per- f j rait, to teach for one year. over religious affairs -was iie-cause Of lins incident. BUTTE MAN MISSING Butte, Dec. H. Haugh-, ton, the former city treasurer, and a. well known' citizen, whs is charged with, having embezzled S'530 from the city, was to have been arraigned be- fore Judge Don Ian this morning-, but, failed to appear in -court. 'He is at liberty on bonds and the sheriff stated thr-r. he has been .unable to locate him. .SPEAKERS AT. PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT At the meeting of the rate- payers tonight, it is. expected r that W. C. Ives will speak as as well-as the candidates. It, is supposed that .Mr. Ives 'Will champion the cause -of Mayor Adams. Ximmoiis will OCG'U: 'py .the chair; kets open to her which she had enty-v years, ago. J. J. Cameron gave his views on, Imperialism from a. Canadian stand- point: and-strongly- the of' cash -.'Bubsidy- -tp'the and it coioniep.. bear, the expense of.j feseping1 open the ti'ade.-'-routes ai: our- useless. without :j markets.- At- present Great Britain] beararthe-brisnt'Of-this expeiise-alone On the suggestion of j ton it; was-decided those present themselves into- ciety jfco, meeti on-ce a. month for dis- cussing. Anyone wishing to join associailibn can get information. from. F. G. Wadding- ton or T. W. Clark, .temporary secre- tary. there, was. not, the-garage by was "done- by water.. One was badly, the-.extent "ot, a-Dout and: ,were RECOVERED Toronto, nave recovered..- of- silverware. --King Edward cealed' in in a- dozen- oelleved that hptsBlj'has been robbed "systema.tically by a-gang. ol. ,ating with inside help, fit is expected the police ;-wi; a, number..ol; arrests. i .as. Itnuk tke Ftiturs- Considering the-rapid increase ia tho popularity during the last fifty- years, ,niany_ very able" not "hesitate to. predict that it will be. the universal drink of the future. Even in southern climates, where wine''has had its strongholds for centuries, lager beer is gaining -grcmnd rapidly. France, the greatest wine country of them all is--, fast becoaiiag converted to its USC. "ALBEB5FA'S-.PRIDE SEEK" represents, the Century achievement1 in- brewing that has .made beer so "generally popular. Much or our: success may be laid to 'die superiority of the water, we .use, although all our in- gredients .are of, the--very, highest standard of excellence: Best Can- adian Malt best Bohemian Hops. The Letkbndge Brewing anJ Co. Li PHONE 554 ;