Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 5TQMACH DISTRESS Gas or Indigestion vanish in Five Minutes Take out-of-order stom- .maybe you call it Indigestion, or Catarrh of it doesn't your stomach1 .trouble 'right with, you to find ask him to open case of Pape's .Diapepsin ASQUIIH HAS Li ID ej a Is -Made Two Gains in Friday's Elections London, Dee. are shaking hands with themselves over the. results of the election iu Scoi- andlietyou eat for although no Radical seats if within five minutes there ihave been woa no Unionist seat has isT--left.any trace of your former mis- j heen.lost to date, while Radical ma- jorities of last January have 'The .correct name for your trouble is, Pood .rr the. -Digestive organs become weak, there, is lack of gastric juice; your food half digested; and you become been cut dovvu a-nd Unionist majorities in- .Liberal organizers confident ly anticipated recapturing some of the county seats lost in January and until yesterday's successes were jutuj. juu ucculiie o suti-coiiCo au- affected with Joss of appetite, pres-.' nounced today were greatly chagrined :sur.e and. fullness after eating, vom- at their failure. With Liberal and iting, nausea, heartburn, griping in La-hor members in the majority of the j bowels, tenderness in the pit of scorn- i English boroughs the Liberals are j bad taste in mouth, constipation, j hoping that their predominance will pain in' limbs, sleeplessness, belching j be maintained and with a fair amount ;oj. gas, biliousness, sick headache, jot good fortune thev are looking for- nervousness, dizziness-or many other ward to P clear majority of the whole CELEBRATION WAS HELD AT MACLEOD Prizes Won at Spokane Were Given to the Winners ADDRESSES GIVEN Monday, December similar symptoms. appetite is fickle and noth- representation of England and Wales combined. Today's returns already ?ft 35 SSLX ii'Xte the longdrawn battle. mfcd that at the bottom all S They there are too there is. but one cause-fermenUon ?aar- to the elecloral see food. 'Prove 10 yourself in five minutes stomach is as good as any; .that there really wrong. Stop-this fermentation and begin eat- ing what you want without fear of dis- comfort or misery. Almost_instant relief is waiting for you. It merely a matter of how soon you 'take a little pAYSELECnONS v Qec. following eon tested elections will be held. Monday. narae oi the sov-eroment candidate ;coming first, and party majority at .-.previous general Cambridgeshire, "Newmarket: Sir D :.C. Ptoss, G-. H. Verral, Un. 120. Cornwall, Bodmin, I Foot: Lieut. ..Genera! R." Pole-Carew, Un. 50. Devonshire. Torquay: Sir W. 1, Bar .rett, Lib. Burn, Liberal 11. .Esses, J. H. Markwood, 9il. Glamorganshire, East; Edwards, F. H. Gaskell, Stanton Labor, Liberal Herefordshire, Ross: H. Wsbb, Cap- 'tain Paciive, Union. 395.... N. -Lonsdale: J. Biiss, Hadcock. Un. 602. Lancashire, N. E. Rosendale: Hen. S. Harcourt. Hoyle, Liberal 249, 'Lancashire, S. Hay-wood: H. T. Cawiey. Hutchinson, Liberal 1.059. Lancashire, S, E. Corston: J. Hodge, Lab., H. Wyatt. Labor .473. Lancashire, S., W. Southport: Wood- ing that a decision might be arrived one or at most This election will probably be the last and will be prolonged over three .weeks. It is proposed that-all bor- ough elections' be "held within a week after" the issuing at writs, and county elections within a fortnight. .The Results of'Friday London, Dec. are the results of Friday's elections declared at aoon today: Cambridgeshire, Chesterton: Mon- i tague, Lib. Unionist, unchanged. Cheshire, Ashton, Lib. 727-; .Stewart, Union. unchang- ed. Esses, Safiron-Waldon: Beck, Lib. 'Proby, Union. Libeial Saijtt- Fife, East: Asquith, Lib. Sprot, Un. SjSSO1; unchanged. Lancashire, Ince: Walsh, as. j 7- Ford, Un. unchanged. Lincolnshire, Spalding: McLaren, Lib. Boyce, Un. r-il, cxt- Linlithgowshire: Jjb. Kidd, Un. unchansie'.l. Middlesex.. Ifcbridge: Lib Mills, Un. oge I Somerset. East: Thompson, [875; Jardine, Un. Yorkshire, Cleveland: Samuel, Lib. 6.S70s Lewis, Un. unchanged. Howdenshire: Norris, Lib.- Broadley, Un. un- Sussex. Chichester: Reiss, Lib. 985; Talbot, Un. unchanged, Westmoreland, Applefay: Wilson, Lib. Sanderson, Un. un- changed. Hertfordshire, St. Albans: Philli- ._. cock. Major C. D. White, Union, 419. j more former ir-im Delegates to'Spokane followed old "Ttalfa _ Suffolk, WoMbridge: Liston, Lib.; ure. of that the farmer who had followed the lessons given by Professor Campbell on Dry Farming, had in every instance threshed more grain than the who trusted to luck.- He wished to express the. ne- cessity of rotation of crops in this district- and went into details in ex- plaining the methods which can be followed and the advantages which will result if these are carried out. He said that the prizes Macleod won this year easily demonstrated the fact-that the'soil in this vicinity was sscond to none in the world for this purpose, and if the farmers farmed properly Macleod would never barn any difficulty in. securing as many prizes in times to come as she did this year. He stated that the par- tial failure of the would in future be a benefit to the Farmers in future, saying that the Al- berta soil would not always be as fertile and rich as at present if pre- cautions were not taken to preserve it. Congratulations Mr. Stevens in ending his speech Congratulated--Macleod, as Mr. Fair- field had already done, and''said that perhaps one of the most important delegates to 'Spokane followed up Mr.'-G-lassr remarks, stating that at the Fair at Billings last year Macleod was up against more compe- titors and succeeded in carrying oft an equal number of., prizes in propor- tion. Harry Maunsell, winner.of the prize for potatoes, said that the ribbon which he won could be kept by the Board, of Mr. Hm. Damon al- so a prize winner, thought that idea was the best and also related several conversations heard by him at, the Fair in connection with the wonder- ful Macleod district, which as he said, the .talk of 'Spokane. After several "other such remarks by various farmers, refreshments were served by the iadjes of the Metho- crops this year dist church, pamphlets were distribut- ed among tihe guests. Mr> (3.rady then moved a vote of thanks be pass- ed to W Jeffery for the excellent way in which he decorated and ar- 'ItaliaJ j Paulo was excited over the pros- pects of losing his wife, and said that he had been saving his money for some time to make his family happy. jHe said that .he had two children i'n the old country and that he must get ;to his old home before his wife died. j With difficulty, because of the'fren- 1 zy of the W. H. Ude, city pas- senger agent of the Northern Pacif- ic, sold the man a ticket and cheered j him up as much as possible. The man said he would return' to this country in a few months. He has been working on a construction gang of one of the Spokesman-Review. ranged the exhibit at Spokane and the town hall for that evening, and said that a lot of credit is due to him, as his work in many .ways helped at Spokane. After the refreshments were over a small dance was given and the At CHARGE OF THE BRIGADE LIGHT HERO IN WANT Peet, Un. unchanged. Northamptonshire, North: Wilkin- son, Liberal, Brassey, Un. 272; unchanged. Kent, Faversham: Nichols, Lib 5 Wheeler, Un. 6.SS7. Carmathenshire, East: Thomas, Lib .Peal, Un. Williams, Lab. l.ll'i; unchanged. Derbyshire: Hancock, Lab.1 Rhyse, -Un. -_ Devonshire, South: Molton, Lab 4 224- Percrowne, Un. unchang- ed. NAME ON HER HAT, BUT. HAT IN BOX Mrs. John H. King, Johnston, !f.B., summer I was very much troubled with boils, and my faca and tjennauy to come body were KteraUy covered with then, A friend advised me to take Burdock Blood Bitters. I got three bottles, and before I had taken all the first one my boils began to go away. I had just taken few doses out of the last one when they til disappeared. My husband has also Burdock Blood Bitters with much benefit." Boils m themselves are not a danger, trouble, but soil, at tbe same time, we very painful. They are caused en- tirely by bad blood, and to get rid of them it is necessary to put the blood in good condition, and for this purpose there is nothing to equal that old and tried remedy. Burdock Blood Bitters. Manufactured only by The T. Milfaurn Limited, Toronto, Gat. German Girl- Dons New Bonnet and Uncle Misses Her at Train Walla Walla, Dec.. lrAc uo.v ueiween aere and New York, -all because Miss u 4 VVj CtO ti. T CJli dliU t'J-JC U tilings evident was the co-working of: Home was brought to a close in the title lariDPTS Frieda Hess, a young German girl, had put on a new hat. Miss Hess left to live with her nncle. Fred Hess, a veteran of the franco-Prussian war, on his farm aoutnwest of this city. She had nev- er seen him nor he her, and that her identity might be established when the farmers with the town citizens. He said that he had particularly no- ticed this in the Macleod District with the- farmers of the Agricultural Society and the citizens-of the Board of Trade combining in the exhibit at Spokane which he thought was one of the chief reasons for Macleod making such a remarkable sweep. Without a town.the farmers cannot live and the value of their farms depend entirely on the nature and progressiveness o'i the town or city 'of which neighbor- hood they are in., and to the towns- people he said that if a town -was burnt down a new and cleaner town would be built up in its place, but take the farms away and the towns would die, as a result. Presentation of Prizes Mr. Grady again spoke and inform- ed the audience that arrangements been rrade for a song, but the singer had taken sick: and was un- able io be present, and that the next thing pn the programme was the pre- sentation qf the prizes won by indivi- dual exhibitors. He said that there were 22 prizes won at the fair made up of 10 firsts. 3 thirds, and the sweepstakes of the entire fair. During the .fair at Spokane the Interstate Fair was also held and Macleod also put in' a few entries, early hours oi the morning. THE Oakland, Cal., Dec. Smitn, one of the immortal Sis Hun- dred who rode into the Charge of ;the Light Brigade at Balaklava, now is, at the age of S6. seeking" charity rrom the Oakland Board of Supervis- ors. He is asking sufficient funds to carry himself and his daughter to British soil in "order that he may re- vive his claim to a pension from the British government. in the Indian Mutiny he was awarded (tUe Victora Cross and received a per- London, Dec. of twenty sovereigns from at Tyrone, Redmond said the only is- i yueen Victoria. After the Indian Mu- sue of the election- was the Smitn came .to America, later be- against the Lords. It was the grav-j a citizen. est the Irish people had ever faced compared to 'it, even the Catholi emancipaton faded into insignificance It was a question of the emancipation of a whole nation. EMANCIPATION OF A WHOLE NATION f iii icw cumes sne stepped fro her train, she had] and with them won first prizes for ______ _ __. written she would wear a hat with a "band thereon, wearing her name. arranged such a hat and wore it most 01 the trip, -but wishing to look her best on her arrival in her new home, she forgot and donned a new hat as she got off the train, and carried the other in her hat box. Air. Kess wired Xew York in an at- tempt to find his niece, and she in the meanwhie was being .piloted to the ranch by a hackman. When Hess, worn out and alarmed, reached "horns thai night, she had din ner ready for him. Spring, and Winter Wheat and second Prize for the best -exhibit of wheat. He that the Board, of Trade had thought it a tjood idea if the win- ners of these prizes would leave the ribbons in the care of the Board ior advertising, purposes for if they were scattered over the country it would be hard io. collect them if needed at another time for another exhibition, and if this was satisfactory to the the ribbons would be put in a frame and taken proper care of. The following prize winners who were in the hall werc then ashed to gii-e their opinions on this matter. W. J. Glass, fa-inner for wheat, COUNTING BALLOTS ON THE TRAINMEN'S STRIKE Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. Stone, president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, left for Chi- cago today to be present at -the count- ing of ballots cast Toy the engineers of tile sixty roads west of the question of a strike if the roads refuse to increase wages and meet other demands. Mr. Stone will meet the chairmen of the eighty-rive sections of road, each of whom will have with him the bal-! iots from his division. votes, will be counted tomorrow. We are here to stay and wouia like to mafee your acquaintance. Irish Linen Store 815 Redpath door to Miss Tilney, Milliner Opposite Doctor Mewburn's We carry all kinds of -Irisli linen goods. Ion should see our hand "'embroidered initial gents' and ladies' handkerchiefs. Initial towels and-pillow cases. A lot of other things that will appeal to you for XMAS and your friends will be delighted It Is the work the Irish that has won world wide fame and of heavy linen .that will stand the wear and tear of every day use. ONCE AGAIN: Cat! early and get choics. RELIGIOUS RIOTS ABOUT SACRIFICE OF COWS Calcutta, Dec. hundred and irty persons were injured during the nots tonight The trouble grew out if the strong feeling between the Hin- pos and Mohamedans, brought about >y the Intention of the latter to sac- rifice cows at the coming 'Mohamed- a'a religous festival. The Hindoos regard the cow as sac- red, and endeavored to get the police to stop the proposed sacrifice. The police declined to interfere and the trouble followed. Standard Furniture Co. Show Rooms 324, 6th. St. South. Phone 483. Wo. ll attention at present to our extensive line of Enamel and Brass Bedsteads Springs and Mattresses Winnipeg Couches, Spring and College Cots, Camp Cots and Imperial Divans There is not a better display anywhere. All the most interesting patterns embracing sAJ the newest and most designs. AND INSPECT AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS is the time to hav e your BEST PILMS ENLARGED FOR XMAS PRESENTS. British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK BLDG.