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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD It's Hard To Get Over The. disappointment caused 'by cheap neckwear. A. tie that -suits you exactly in col- or and design does not suit at- all when it pulls to pieces before you have worn it a dozen times. Our new Xinas Neckwear AT 25c, 50cj 65c. and is not J Only .beautiful in ap- but; made of firm, strong long wearing silks. Va- riety of'- shades and patterns is You ,will find it easy to select -several ties that will please you perfectly and per- manently. Sole Agent for Slater Shoes Buchan THE MEN'S MAN to Eureka .-Round St. RESCUE STATION WOULD HAVE PREVENTED ANY LOSS OF LIFE (Continued from front HOUSE OPENS IN v SASKATCHEWAN iiegiria, Dec. meeting .of tbe legislature tomorrow afternoon will be purely "formal, being held in" to comply the .house shall meet within the, Brown., will appear for the first time in his official capa- city and' it is understood 'that immed- iately following :the reading .of the speech from the throne the house w-ill adjourn .until early-in January, when it will meet in-the new parliament tomorrow's brief session held in the post office ibuilding. The legislature, he said, were trying to rush through legislation so as to adjourn this week. Was it the inten- tion to bring down! his- bills- wiiicb were most important, and rush them tnrougn the last.day of the session, or were the bills again going :to be pigeonholed for another year? 'He wanted to know what.had happened to the legal bills committee that they aid not meet and report his -bills. He was not going to -appear to the feel- ings of the house, because he did not believe in appealing to the feelings of men who had treated him the .way the members of the. house had. Mr. O'Brien went on to "explain. that the miners of Bellevue. had no confidence in the local inspector there and had asked for an inspection of .the mines by the prox'incial inspector. Mckenzie Had Tried Malcolm McKenzie, ch'airman of the legal bills committee, followed with an explanation that he.had.attempted several times to get a meeting of the legal .bills committee, of the immense amount of .legislation be- ing considered by .other committees, NO MORE DISTRESS FROM THE STOMACH No Dyspepsia, Gas, Heart- burn or Indigestion Five Minutes Later ,Eyery family here ought to keep somfe Diapepsin in the house, as any one of you may have attack of in- digestion or Stomaco. trouble at any time, day or night. 'This harmless preparation will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, Qut-of-order stomach five If your don't tempt you, or what little you do eat seems to fill you, or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heart- burn, that is a sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a 50-cerit. case of Pape's Diapepsin, and take a little just as soon as yo.u can. There be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nau- sea, Debillitating Headaches had. been unable to do so. He was Quite willing that 'two coal mine bills should be--referred direct to-a.committee of the whole house for aiscussion. The speaker-made the remark that the bills could hot. lost sight of, and that they-would' have to come to the attention of the house at some time during the session. Bennett Objects to O'Brien R. B. Bennett made a long speech-in wufch he severely criticized O'Brien ror presuming that" thye..other'mem'bers of the house had Just as great an dea of.the seriousness of the recent disaster, and of .the importance and necessity of furnishing of projection to the miners. There was no human method that would ren- der mine explosions impossible.- There might be a on the sta- tute books and there would still be explosions. All this legislature could do was to .give every: possible help to the miners' and mine" owners in pro- tecting lives and' property. When the member ,-for Rocky Moun- tain, said Mr. Bennett, attempted to make the members of the legislature responsible for the mine disaster, he was going-beyond the limits of rea- son. Tfie members of the House -by any act.of their -could prevent ness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with-nauseus odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a cure for cuit-of-order. stomachs, because it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests it past the -.w JHOU LUC same as if your stomach wasn't there Relief in five minutes from all CHAIRS CHIFONIERS, DRESSIiVa TABLES BTJEFETS, SIDEBOARDS. KITCHEN CABINETS; Round Street, Opposite the Eureka GOTHERAID'S' LUCKY DRAW ing territory are certainly supporting, the candidates in fine jstvie SAY HE STOLE OWN WORSES This recipe makes 16 ounces of cough to last a family a long time. You couldn't buy as much, or as good cough syrup for j. Simple as it is, it-gives almost in- stant relief and usually stops the most obstinate cough in 24 hours. This is partly due to the fact that it is slightly laxative, stimulates the appetite and has an excellent tonic cms man just, his dW his mind Antrim j endeavor the tarms, increase the demand for ereci a S40-000 temple to the mein- unfavorable j Ojr.ie R- G-owan, found- s proate n e ong bac grain south Bend today, .but this man, be. it is believed, to TELEGRAPHIC BRiEFS J. Curry was badly scald- are: and his bralceman liad several ribs to he holding back" srain "Ti-p'; in an accident between fa I wick, and Longhead, Sask. in- Aij0 cnansed mi dren like it. An excellent remedy, i and in another wii- iS, f too for whooping cough, sore lungs TZ h asthma, throat troubles, etc. to his brother. ATi-v O j.- js Wall a Mix 2 cups of granulated sugar with j unarles W. Hall, who died in Bentpn -with one cup.of .-warm water and stii I ilarDor' iIiCDv a year ago. and left for z TniTmfoc -.j i STI condition that it is believed would er of Orangeism in Canada. best I can wish is that I draw a lad} suDscn-ber." He didn't draw a lady, though, but a mighty good man over in the North War-d gets the new subscrib- er at that. "Anyway, a bright little girl got the subscriber, so I am satisfied." The next draw will be held Satur- day. SUICIDED AS PROTEST AGAINST itoon, a rancher from Russell on Nez Perce prairie, was. today 'brought to Lewiston for preliminary examination before -Justice but was released on his own, re- cognizances. JJixou claims that 'several of horses were stolen about weekf ago. and that he located them in a pasture in L-awyer's canyon, about ten- miles from his farm. He took the an- imals, and left word with a farmer ror the man in whose pasture the -hor- Sroel -i will -bears the date of arise if the banks continued to lean R Jones, of Winnipe- is npsrn -vngnt, uethbridge. the subscrir, upon the tarmers' holdings of last tiating with Port Arthur with er- o _ _. _ one. two or three hours. k Pine is one of the oldest and best October D- 190S' but the testator, fol- known remedial agents for the throat JowlnS tne presidential election that membranes. Pinex is the most valu- underwent a change of mind ub.e concentrated compound of Nor- m December he made a way white pine extract, and is rich in me it gmaicor and ail the other natural _ healing elements. Other preparations i wnl not work in this formula. v The prompt results from this ree- ipe have endeared it to thousands oi housewives in the United States and j -r which explains why the plan ias been imitated often, bu1 r.ever successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction. or money promptly refunded goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pmex or will .get it for you. If not send to The Pines Co... Toronto, Out EXPLOSION FN MINE ENTOMBED MINERS Bluefield, Va., Dec. an explosion in the mine of the Bond Coal Company, in Wise" county, Va., today 2G miners were entombed. IN TORONTO STORES Worth of Goods Recovered From Rooms of Two Kept Busy Toronto, Dec. Sears 17 years, and Agnes Book, 1C years old arrested yesterday charged with wholesale thefts from the T. Eaton store. After their arrest, the detectives view TO the establishment of car works, to be capitalized at Willie Clutterqucfc, a boy, -nas accidentally shot an-d killed by Willie Thompson, another boy while hunt-ing rabbits. AMATEUR PHOTOGJRAPUEES ]STow is the time to hav e your BEST FILMS ENLARGED FOR XMAS PRESENTS, jj British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK BLDG-. recovered about worth of rings, furs, ear-rings and plumes "at" rooms. Mary Morrison, Winnipeg was ar- rested yesterday charged with steal- ing an ostrich plume from the Eaton store. COUNTERFEIT GOLD PIECE :S HUT ACHE GIN PILLS CUP, Them Age is no barrier to the wonderful soodiujg, heahng properties of GIN the great Canadian Zidncv Lure, vv e have on record many letters trom man and women of 60, 65 70 71 8p and over, testifying to the great relief uiey received from ta Peggie Craig, Lethbridge, pony di- vrsion of the contest, the candidate I .Dixon's arrest was I Assassin of Von Pleve Ends His Lifjlssufel1 at tne requestor T: E. ilcBride in Siberian Prison i Vollmer- together with John _____ tf'gsert, was arrested a few days ago St. Dec. I gambling Preferred -by that .M. SasonotT, who assassinated Minister of the Interior Von Pleve, died in prison at Zarantui. was of- f en. wai> ine. semi-weekly., draw, to decide jnciaijy confirmed today, death being i e winner of the Herald's two bones, reported as sairiris was pulled off on schedule time yester- aay. Ail tne persons directly" inter- j aiiy "taju'redTJy subscriber, the candidate! and tbe willing anxious, or course, and the subscriber Humors that Sasonoff had been fat-r ad been cir-! Could Not Walk Ten Yards Without Resting, WEAK HEART WAS THE CAUSE, ana tne subscriber belonged to the! f ___ PU j stopped all communication between! trouoied w.t-h ,_ Clarence A. Richardson, who drew tne convicts and the outer world. dTawa loIfbreaSS ?.d tae lucky S3-resIdes iaTfiey also ordered corporal punish-: it would cause VS Calgary, and is an ofliciaj in the of two convicts. As a protest1 and was impSSb'e for m f r. K. immigration -bureau. Mr. Rich-j against those measures, three of the ardson some" on contests, hav-j prisoners served the afteries in their ing recently won an automobile in a wrists, ana tfiree o contest in the Albertan. He came sasonoff, took poison. Phelger arrested in the last nisht .'while attempt- Piece. Constable Woodsworth Mounted Police, made the arrest, but tne case instead Of coming before In- u i spector West will be tried b-v Police ck' aiagistrat-c Ball. The coin 'in ques- tion is very old one, very light and apparently a pocketpiece for a num- ber of years. Phplgcr was drinking heavily when he trirri to pass ihr coin J uiey received from taking GIN PILLS Mr. Samuel Martin of Strathroy, Ont" suffered for twenty years with miserv in his back. Some months airo he tried GIN PILLS aod after taking only three boxes, ivas entirely cured. Mr. Martin is now years of aee i enjoys the robust health of a vigorous cnicted the affair in which he won the man of sixty, thanks to GIN PILLS. auto. i All elderly people are troubled, more less, vitli Kidney and Bladder trouble, and pain and weakness in the njL mr JO ys'ms without resting m'vsclf of your south on a business- trip, and having a j. rev.- hours to spare here, while chang- ing trains, called on the contest the same man by the way who con- bend them A Jfaousa.nds People 80 about their of death and yet MINERS ENTOMBED GIN PILLS are a cure for all these misfortunes. Money promptly refunded if they fail to complete satisfaction. 5oc.a for 52.50. Sample box tree if you write us, mentioning this Drnp ,nnd Chemical Co.rDqih A.D., Toronto. auto. The ticKets were ail made out when Mr. Richardson dropped in, and he was invited to mix 'era up and do his best. He said: "You seem to have a very active lot of candidates down here, and they all j look good to me. And say, that's a big- ounch of tickers you haVe in the hat. The people in this town and surround-' A A .j, i do not know it. j, i Little attention is paid to the weakness of the heart for the :s it Dec. 15, men are reported entombed Jn shaft No. 2 of the Leydon Coal company at Leydon, Col. fourteen miles west of Denver The workings are said to be on fire and it is feared that ail are dead. the weakness of the heart becomes .t, apparent. TO A! the first of any weakness of tlie use Mttbum's Heart and Nerve Pills will soon produce a quick and permanent cure. 5? ccnts Pcr box- Of 3 for Si.as at all acalcrs or mailed direct ;