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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta "U'ednesday, December THE HKKAT.D Pare CANADIAN PACIFIC Christinas AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip all stations on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and intermediate branch lines. Tickets' oh sale December 22, to January 2. 1S11, final return limit, January For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket.Agent Canadian Pacific Railway RUSSIAN DOHA PROTESTS FLOGGING n Lethbrldge, Alta. CANADIAN T PACIFIC EASTERN CANADA Excursions Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on'sale December 1 to'DecenV her 31, inclusive, sood. to. return within END INDIGESTION A FEW MOMENTS Gas, Heartburn, Sourness and all Misery in the Stomach Vanishes Nothing will remain undigested or sour on your stomach if you will take s. Jittle Diapepsin occasionally. This powerful digestive and antacid, though as harmless and pleasant as candy, will digest and prepare for assimila- tion into ihe blood all the food' you can eat. Eat what your stomach craves, with- out the slightest fear of- Indigestion brutal revenge and .by so .doing is dis-por that you wiH be bothered wtth sour gracing Russia. risings, Belching, Gas on Stomach, The Duma today adopted the prov- j Heartburn, Headaches from stomach, isions of the bill which transfers the Nausea, Bad Breath' Water Brash or primary schools to the jurisdiction of a feeling like you had swallowed a tne' civil authorities. An Imperial or- lumP of 3ead' or other disagreeable der' has -Jhsen confirm- Should you be suffering.'now ing a resolution recently adopted, any stomach disorder you can lowing Jewish merchants of the first j guild to reside in. the city and prov- ince of Moscow. Of Political Prisoners Siberia on Wholesale Scale St. Petersburg, Dec. All 'parties in the Duma have united in address- ing an interpellation to the Minister the Interior and Justice, regarding tue wholesale flogging- or political prisoners in Siberia. It is charged mat the government is thus taking a If you get from yol3r 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin you could always go to the table witli i a hearty appetite, and, your meals j would taste good, because you Vdulfl tnere would Indigestion Qr. or Headache- or j besides, you wo.uld not need j or liver pills to keep your stomach i and bowels -clean and fresh. Canadian Manufacturer Diapepsin can be obtained from your .druggist and contains more than sufficient to thoroughly cure-the ease of Indigestion or Dyspep- thre-1 months. Addressing Old' Country Unionists .London, Dec. a large implement manufacturer, of iJrantford, Ont., speaking at ,a, Union- llst -demonstration, at Wallsend, New- castte> said ue- believed tariff reform DIETZ MUST FACE MURDER TRIAL Supreme Court Refuses To Save Cameron Dam Hero Madison, AVis., Wis- consin Supreme courtr'dccided nov to interfere in ihe murder trial of John ou owe it u> your own oesi judgment to try (pronounced Wefll gladly buy a 50-ceflt bottle from your druggist and give it to you free to try. i the Sus- the scavengers of the body, dc- We will "undoubtedly ago -after he and his iaruiiy held oil. Sheriff Madden ana score of dep- uties for two weeks with rifles. Diotz ten days- ago secured a writ of habeas'''corpus from Chief Justice Winslow of the Supreme court on t-he allegation "that he was being unlaiv- fully deprived of his liberty. Diete (You xnow me unuwu-ans. sus- scavengers or the body, dc- We will -undoubtedly Tiur md' everybody vouring every of disease .that tribute, in this manner, They promised well at one time entrance to the body, thousands of'these oO-ceht at their tareer, then they seemed Co come A third of a century ago, Psychine Psychine. >l to.a full stop. ;u- was compounded of certain herbs. And we to show-our entiri st because of that unhappy dis- Since that time It has cured huri- confidence in" dreds of thousands. ration. And all because 5fc contained th'ose herbs that science builds Now you're not. a "know-it-all" up and strengthens 'the white, cor- Only about, onT per cent, of the people jwsdes of fcfce Phaeocytes. are. We feel sure that you have an open" receptive is anxious to learn advance. A confidence that has.been based' on- our thJrty years' with, this splendid preparation, with ledge of the hundreds of thousands cures it has made. MJ was indicted on halt a dozen criminal j.psychine. If you have any of these ailments don't be a it won't pay And to you .we say.that you owe it you. your, tiest judgment io t charges. As soon as he gave bail on i orie charge he was rearrested on purpose of the slier- ifi being to keep him in to J prevent- a-repetition 01 the certain epoch in medicine when tie which marked the lirst capture. i after giving bail in ihe j sum" of Dietz's resources 'rie- Leara something at-.our fill out the Coupon and.mill to us. now and then we come to a we. advance or.. improvement im- possible. Then some one comes along and the came .exhausted, and as several crini- of medicine Is overturned, mar-warrants aaint him remained :-new and apparently indisputable theor- mar-warrants against him remained unserved lie applied to the Supreme "court for" relief. Grants Motion to Quash When' the case came up today the attorneys; for the slier ifi moved to quash' the writ of balsas corpus. Af- sia. There is'-nofhing-better for Gas Wearing, the arguments the court on the Stomach the. stomach or apparently indisputable theor- ies, all 'good, all progressive. -In'the progress'of medicine -we some-" times discover new, values in old things. these' -is in the efficacy of tain Kerbs to cure disease. La. Grippe Bronchitis Sore Throat- Anaemia Female Weakness Indigestion' Poor Appetite Chills and Fevers Sleeplessness airl Nervous Troubles Bronchial Coughs Weak Lungs Weak Spring "Weakness Early Decline. r Catarrhal Atteefriiu .CaJArrh of Stomach Night Sweats ObstinatejCoortu Dyspepsia Pleurisy, Pneumonia and Nov 11 and liMied. to five- months fronvjdate of issue. ff country would immediately .increase in employment and He based conclusions en the effects .01 in Canaxia and the -United -as or sour odors from? granted. the motion to quash. Chief to cure a Justice Winslow read the unanimous- Headache. You couldn't keep a handier or more .useful article in the house. ecision of the court. SCRAMBLE FOR Now, we don't to -take word for the tremendously, beneficial ..effect.of -Psychine. Fill, tffe coujon- inail.ii to us and Tfce'll give jaur druggist an order we pay -And the reason-t-hey cure-is -that regular retail price) for a they increase, and white 50-cent bottle of Psychime to i" corpuscles of the Phago- you free of cost COUPON No.; 60 To the Dr. T. A. ,193-195 1 accept yonr offer to try a. 60c. bottJe of Psychfne (pronounced Si-kmo) at your, expense. I have' not had 50cv bottle of Psychine under plan. 'Kindly adTlse my druggist to dulrer this bottle tc me. Mir Xamc.'.. Town Street and This coupon is not gtwd for of If ptsswted to the druwiet itmnst be we -wflLtlien bnj" the botde of PsycMuc from .70117 druggUt and direct him to dsllf erit TOU. This offer mar' TJe -withdrmwn any time Tfithout notice. Send to-day> .i 5 lor. the purpose of discharging the said the court, "it'can- not bC' .effective, because th-e petition its face that he is lawfully' hold under valid .commitment for _ 'criminal offenses." j "If the be considered as a-writ'j issued ,fqr ihe purpose of reduction of excessive hail, or ad-' AMERICANS FELT earth- Tbrongh. Trains. Comparcroent -Library Observation Tfie Liberal party in Canada had "Imperial Limited.'' now been in power tor fourteen years. {out so fully, had protection justified itself that they had not dared touch it in principle. He advocated tariff _ _______________________ rerorni' because it arfdrtte'd" f eciprbiai i treatment between the Mother Coun- Th'E EXPRESS" jtry and the colonies. loaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10k mat j Had Canada to bargain-with foreign connections at Toronto for all countries rather fhan. with Britain? he jioints East and West thereof. j asfced. Or was Britain going to grasp Tbe Li .mi ted" leaves the hand of trade co-operation held :out for the last thirteen years? If itney much longer it might be ' bail, or it cannot be lasting AN HIS PRftTEGE OUT effective, Because: made. should direct arrests to be made "on _ daily and-the "Atlantic Express" at 10.00k daily, making con- -at Montreal for all points East 'thereof. too late. ivas the accepted time. the- country accepted this mutually "Apply to the nearest. C.P.R. Agent for co-operative system, British history Medicine Hat Laud Of- fice Scene of Lively Fracas Medicine Hat, Dec. home- these "warrants is a matter so thor- stead three froul RedcM and ouglily, in ;the discretion 01 the trial eight miles from Medicine Hat, court" that tKis court-will not inter- at about was claimed kerc..'-the ends of justice may, -d-c- by Mr. T. Spencer last Friday after niand that arrests H not made at an the land office doors were wrecked, and several would-be possessors .were bruis ed a -bit. The announcement was made seme for assault with seismograplis of the intent to'murder 'does not sewn to us j weatner today- ;Jt began at excessive in view of the circumstances court cannot admit to bail n -arrest; has "not yet "been Whether the judge- estimated the iDeeding. oniles ;frum Vvasnington. rmation would record at the proper time the I time ago ANNUAL "country took the proper course and saved'Britain Trom disrupiicn and iJis- integration. He was -loudly cheered. LOCAL OPTION CONTEST IN CITY OF SASKATOON Saskatoon, Dec. option was -defeated here yesterday by. over two hundred votes. The contest was considered very clean and the chances Low Beimel To ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS. DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wis. CHICAGO.'III. ah sale Dec, 1 to 31 iiiciuslve j. io return within three months. .' nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for j, .full information. t are believed to be about even, but the results show that the business men of j the city voted heavily against it. In J spite of the progress of the campaign are -being asKed for a new ?'JoO.OOO hotel at the corner of Second avenue and Twenty-third street. open and that the for- two. claim would- be ,ri, is peti- remanded o! ,of the fac- Too in Gubernatorial Contest JS'.ew, rorfc, ,Dec. Geo. the former protege and part- ner of J. Pierpohit Morgan.iwas forc- uity Arts and ;.Lite_rature jind Sci- ed to leave that great, banking firm. ence, has "been chosen president of; because of Ms activity; in the recent the "nni versify of Minnesota, succeed- 'gubernatorial as. Dr. Cyrus Nqrthrpp, wh.0 active- supporter -of'' Henry L. on January; 1st, Louisr Dec., 'i earth- jquaKe shocks by the Stimson, was reported oh "Wall Street yesterday. insistant became Decrease from Record oi Losses B er disasters on. the Gfeaif Lafies ing just -closed :thaa. in. season of. 1903. Last year 128 lost, in -a mticli higher "total .--j Ttte Tvorst' -disaster year was the sinMng of car fei ,ry jf IS of .the Pere Marquette Rai) ,way Mtch., oore' davs and -two ?as COTPUS j Sheriff-Mad-den, to be held under thefst- Louis University .-seismograph the. reasons for his monetary, loss commitments under -which he was jtween and o'clock this-mom.; from the Morgan firm that news tick-i incurred hel-d_prior to the issuance of- the hab- j ing. The centre, of. the disturbance is ers flashed to Boston and other finan- the 1S10 'was nights jnen..camped on] The Land OlBce steps in the blister cold, to ic first on the scene. At six o'clock in the morning a crowd of nearly a dozen others' collected on sidewalk. This groupv increased, at nine o'clock there Ruljng Disappoints the' case, argued and was keenly disappoint decision -against him was announced. curious per- sons crowded the court-room estimated-to be 240, miles southwest clal centres that J, P. Morgan liad of tne'lower. coast of California. STORM DROVE FRE-NCW.-" VESSEL ON THE BEACH Brest, France, De'c." violent storm, accompanied by thunder, and uies before the doors Spencer, accompanied opened Mr several DAILY MAIL IN GENEROUS MOOD Western London. Dec. Daily commenting on the larmers' deputation to Otta- wa, says it Trill be gratifying to see the preference on Bri- tish imports increased to one- "we do not ask this favor at the expense of the Canadian manufacturers who believes tfcat one-third is the possible limit of the conces- sion." friends including' Fl M. Torrance and Harry Houlden, ap- proached the building; and made hjs ivay through the crowd to the steps. While the early birds participated in some lively qa-dinage with ta? new comers, ho reached the doors unno- ticed. Then ihe lire irhistle blew and iu the excitement he seiz-ed 'the door knob ;md a scuffle iegan with the jinen who had camped out. The announcement was 'that the tickets for 'place would be siven upstairs, and in a minute there was a wild scramble foe the .stairway _ Spencer and the two campers in ithc lead. The heavy swinging doors "T j at the entrance wer-e wrenched ou their hinges, one man was thrust against the bannister, another clung Spencer's coat to the top of the steps hut Avas finally shaken off along with both the coat and the vest and ticket No. 1 was awarded to Mr. Spencer. The prize was worth the fracas and was probably the most valuable perty to be thrown open in the vicin- ity oi Medicine Hat-this season. been angered at Perkins of ty for.Stimson. his WATER FAMINE IN TORONTO, ARRESTEO Toronto, Dec. given tne citizens a bad .scare this morning, Uity Engineer Rust relieved the anx- announcing that the anchor intake pipe had land wa-s stranded on jBagle 'Superior- sToss i null aid -vuas r_ DW. Tncfre '-rare accidents .-and The total TesultinglasB was AGED .S'L'EEP .WA'L'KTE'R "FROZEN Milwa Q'Kee, -Bee. motionless on a block of laKe fro Cit.' brer head tnat -thought she out OVCTI- .'Lalre Mtcoigaii. TSCvs.''Terdin- and Caesar, aged 70, --was found today irozen to death. It is 'ib-elieved sh'a hf-r ;home while in. 'lier sieep. SINGLE FAKE PLUS S2 FOR ROUND TRIP all stations in Ontario. Port Arthur and West. Manito Saskatchev.-an and Alberta Vancouver TitkeLs'on sale December 15, and 37, T910; Jaauary 20, 22 and 23 and February 14, T- raid 16, 1911; good 10 re- within three months date of issue. to nearest C. P. Ry. v.jit far full information. Doetor Her Did Jiot Have A Pint Of Good Blood In fyar Body. Mrs. Dosithe P. Cormier, Middle Sack- I ville. iS'.B., says: j "In the spring of 1S97 I "was all run down, and the doctor told me I had not a pint of good blood in my body. I took different remedies from doctors, but they cl riot sOeui io do me any good. After having taken alqt of different other kinds of medicine, and they did not seem to benefit me, I was almost in despair and did not know what to do until my hus- band met a hidv and told her about my i sickness acd she told him to try Bur- ilntosn' who dock Blood Bitters as she had received a picture the greatest benefit from using it. My tlon by husband went and bought, me a bottle, and after having taken it I felt better, so I kept on using one bottle after another until I had taken six in all and then I was strong and well. I am positive PRINTED PHOTO OF WRONG MAN Six Toronto Papers and Pinkertons are for Damages Sued the Edward Elmer IVIc- wanted on a theft was put in- circuln- the authorities who believed k to be a photograph of the man want- ed. Jt has now transpired that the picture was really that of a brother or the missing man who is a commer- that my being aJive to-day is due to the traveller. This picture was sent use of Burdock Blood Bitters. One ail over the country, and acting on spring since then I was not feeling very well and had a lot of work to do. I thoueht I would procure a bottle of BurtTock Blood Bittere and after 1 had taken two I w-aa able to do a lot of hard work all the summer, and I never felt better in my life. In the winter of 1906 man who did ?400 damage- to resid- ence of S.. Anderson, -manager of I.KS Dominion 3anJ: at St, Thomas. leather Lsuuon, for 25 in cr.firjro 'St Baatt'a church fct Brant- tiwresigned owing to-ill health.] severe pain in the loft side. Every morning when I would get out of bed I had to git down for a while it was so painful. After I had used Burdock Blood Bitters the pain disappeared com- pletely. It hfta jUso cured me of bleeding pites. I have received so much benefit from Burdock Blo-xi Bitiers that you may publish this ao it may help others us it baa me." Manufactured only by The T. Milburu the instructions of the He picture Is his, served on the Allil and Empire, the Globe, the Star, the ivews, and the Telegram all of Toron- j to, which published the photo, while! a writ, will also be served on the Pink- erton National Detective Agency, To: branch. The man wanted was suspected o! naving stolen worth of Traderr Bank notes while they were in trail sit from Ottawa to Toronto. The complainant in the present case is John A. Mclntosh, who resides 111 Justice Hayden, of Sawyerville, Pa., toolj a heavy "horsewhip and flogged a arette c. r box of Ten (Cork Tips.) ;