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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1908 PA5E THREE Picture Framing PHONOGRAPH GAVE EVIDENCE. Remarkable Story Connected Pittsburg Assault Case. with Pitlsburtf. Dec. 15.- ROOSEVELT MAKES HOT ATTACK ON NY. PAPER -Through the i r W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER British Colonial Photographic Co, Cunmerciai Photographers ind fellers in Photographic Supplies Rooms 1 and 2 Oddfellows1 Block Cor. Round and Dufferin Are you having Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All finished inside of 3 days A. Uuinstay was today held foi'itrial on it charge of u.s.sault and battery by Magistrate England. The com- plaint made by John E. Hinds of Taggart St. on behalf of his wife. Hinds declared that tho screams of his wife wore recorded on a blank re- cord that Jiad been placed in the ma- chine to reproduce a piano solo. The music suddenly ceased and the sensi- disc had recorded cries for help and wails of pain instead. The re- cord was :.uiiuiLU'u Tt is- remarkable and the voices Ca.n be easily distinguished. It is alleged that Rumstay into tlie house on Taggart St. to get j a phonograph he had sold to a Mrs. j Rhinehart, formerly u tenent of the i house. Mrs. Rhinehurt had sold her i phonograph to tho Hinds family. Mrs. Hinds explained the facts to Rumstay and it is asserted that he wanted to take tho instrument away. Mrs. Hinds refused to give up the property and it is alleged Rumstay struck her and knocked her down. The pianist left her-'seat to assist Mrs. Hinds and forgot to stop the running of the instrument which con- tinued grinding away recording the excited conversation and screams of the woman. Intimates That Government of U. S. May Sue Pullitzer's Paper For Criminal Libel Washington, D.C., Dec. J Mr. Root had nothing to do with dent Roosevelt today sent to the Sen-1 purchase, which was entirely arrang- ate a .statement concerning the pur- -VIr- Knox. Now, these stories, strong language charges that thereias ;1 matter of fact, need no iavesti- wus anything wrong in the acquit-ration- shadow of proof has or tiou by the United States of the canal jca" be Produced in behalf of any of thorn. They consist simply of string infamous libels. first brought to my attention as pub-j "j not believe we should con- jlished in a paper in Indianapolis i ourselves with the particular i called the edited by Mr. Delc-j the lying and van Smith. The stories were scurri-Jlibellous editorials, articles from cor- Imis and libelous in character and i respondents, or articles in the news real offender is Mr. Joseph Pulitizer, editor and proprie- ilie itor of the World- the criminal 1 offence of which Mr. Pulitzer had been guilty is in the form of a libsl of individuals, the greatest injury n everv _. ssential particular, j columns. The i- that, he merely accepted statement which had appeared in' a paper published in New York, the World, owned by Mr. Joseph Pulitzer. It is idle to say that the known char- acter of Mr. Pulitzer and his news- in blackening the good name American people. It. should done of Tin paper are such That the statementsjnot Ifcft to a citizen to sue- in that paper will be believed by no j Mr- libel. He should be by the thi CAN BE STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARE WELL. When tho kidneys are ill, the wholw body is ill, for tha poisons which the kidneya ought to filter out of the blood are left in j the system. Then hovr important it, must be to see to it that this system of sewerage bo not clogged up. Those who have nerer been troubled with kiuuey trouble know not the misery and suffering which afflicted undergo. Doau's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by healing tho delicate membranes of the kidneys thus make their action regular and natural. They help the kidneys to flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing out tho kidneys, bladder and ail the uriuary passages. Boan'a Kidney Pills are entirely vege- table, and may be safely taken by young and old. PACKING PLANT FOR LETHBRIDGE Sensible Suggestion Frcma Spring Coulee Gefitie- man To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. It takes a. person that has had or is ject to headaches to describe Uie suilermg which attends them. The majority of cases are caused by con- eripation arid dyspepsia. The dull ihi-ob- biDgs, the intense pain, sometimes in i part, sometimes in another, and then over I the whole head, varying in its severity by the cause which brings it 'on, purely indi- cates that there is something the matter witli tlio Stomach. Or uuwuls. To the fact that Burdock Blood Bitters reaches every part of the system is due its' success in re- lieving and permanently curing headache. for two years. They were so bad at times 1 could not cross the floor for the pain. I tried a doctor bat he did me no good at all. I sent to my nearest druggist and got four boxes of Dyan's Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that after taking them I have had no more trouble for nearly three years Price 50 eta. per box, or 3 for all dealers or The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. In ordering Doan'i.'' d.11 its forms. M M M CONSTIPATION -4- AND -t HEADACHES. -f Mrs. Allisoa E. Brown, Sum- merfield, writes have be eix one. Unfortunately. ill-informed DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH? 01 person.- are ill-informed in this re- spect, and believe the statements they .sev in print, even if they ap- pear in newspapers published by Mr. Pulitzer." Summarizing tho charges made ui this connection, the President says: prosecuted for libel by the Govern- ment authorities. In point of encour- agement of iniquity, in point of in- famy, of wrongdoing, there is nothing to choose between a public servant who b Remember This and Believe .All the land will soon be Don't wait unti tomorrow and it all gone. Too many people nowUpatc'n of contributions from can tell what they might have done. viduals either unknown or known to; Invest now in Nechaco Valley Land, j be of bad character. They are false] British Columbia, Canada: per Jin every particular from beginning i acre. per acre cash, balance 9 j to end. The wickedness of the sian-j yearly payments. When the Grand Trunk Pacific K.E. is completed next- fall, land will be selling for and (Maple Creek Eanching News.) Last week one of our townsmen, >etrays his trust, a public ser-JMr. D. Paterson. was honored by re- vant who is guilty of blackmail or I from theft, or financial dishonestv of any j T kind, and a man Mr. Lieutenant'G >r -r I If J nt i i- Kinu, ana. a niaii guiltv as Mr statements-sometimes appear-iT, k mff, i c i Pulitzer has been i followed to the letter the decree of the Government Tribunal of France, which had the authority to make .such a decree, the civil tribunal of the Seine, I wish to make as clear as possible, and these statements did not have anything to do with th? distribution of a dollar of the we paid as regards any stock- holder or bond holder of the French companies save that de followed out the award of the arbitrators appoint-j ed in accordance with the decree of! the French court, which has dealt! with the subject, in awarding a cer- tain proportion to the old company j and a certain proportion to the company. Any question concerning the stockholders., bondholders, or other beneficiaries of the proceeds of the sale wa.s purely a question of the civil tribunal of the Seine., with which the nation had nothing whatever o do." cember 28, 29, 30 and 31 and: January 1, final return limit on all tickets, 7-15 Come early! good home market, and to the west the market or the lumber, mining, and fruit districts of British Colum-1 bia, and the large market of the coast cities. We are liable to. have more or less frosted grain from year to year, which will he very valuable when fed at home. The prosperity of the coun try and city will be much greater HIGH-CLASS Successor to Gr. W. H. Keed Phone 211 I Christmas Shoppers You will find our stocks well assorted with the most suitable and useful articles for Christmas Gifts. Then, again, you'll find our prices a little under our competitors for equal qualities of merchandise A LESSON CO M El AN D S El El BELOW YOU WILL FIND A LIST OF USEFUL THINGS, READ IT. PERHAPS YOU'LL SEE JUST WHAT YOU WANT Accounts must be PAID before the 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant Phone 50 P.O. Box 87 If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars v PT- Statements Receipt Forms Injact, Printing of any kind Let us show how it's done (Regina Leader) The Fernie District Ledger says that "The Globe Fire Assurance Company seems to have been born in insolvency and to have remained in. that state." i Tn view of the deplorable state of J affairs disclosed by the collapse of i this counterfeit insurance company of Armstrong Dean, it may well be whether there are not possibly other companies patterned after the 1 Globe which are at the present time j entering into contracts ;md assum- ing liabilities which in the case of (certain eventualities they could not possibly meet. The LrVider i.s creditably informed i of one such doing business in hewan todny, which on n paid-up j enpita! of has assumed j 1 liabilities of It needs no j great business ;tcnmen to figure out the position of a company so situat- I ed in the event, of a larffe conflap- j ration affecting property in which it i wa.s interested. With practically no fond, wiih no df-posit lodged iwiih the government, the company i would collapse just as the Globe has i To properly' pioiecii, policy holders i no company should be permitted to i fro into the insurance business that t i.s nut prepared to deposit a substan- tial sum with the government, which I deposit, might automatically be in- i as the liabilities aissnmed Only by some such system nf i; u a ran toe can mushroom cornpan- i.'.s of (he Globe typo be prevented i by purs.nincr the confidence. game which wa.s characteristic of tho op- that, ill-fated firm. 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ladies' Neck Furs and Muffs Ladies' Black Hair Storm Collars Xmas Sale Price Ladies' Marmot Mink Stoles Xmas Sale Price Ladies' Persian Lamb Scarfs Length 72 inches, glossy even curl, excellent value Xmas Sale Price Genuine Sable Throws Length 72 inches, even, No. 1 fur Xmas Sale Price Mufts Persian Lamb or Sable, good full size Xmas Sale Price Men's Overcoats Special Just 15 Men's Coats at this special price. dressy coats they are, Tliey come in Beaver and Vienna Tweeds. Regular goods t Xmas Sale Price Boys' Overcoats at a Saving Boys' Tweed Knickers Cheap Underskirts We are showing a really fine stock in Under- skirts. Tbe HEATHESBLOOM quality is of course, onr leader. We have thorn in many styles and colors at and each Kid Gloves, Suspenders in Fancy Boxes, Frillings, Fancy Cottons, Belts. t iir i 17" i _ i r-H- me jmewesi in vraisis, rvniuea oiOuses ana rancy Drawn Linens. A Whole New Stock of Silk and Satin Ribbons by express today. we have everything in Handkerchiefs 3c up to each. See Our Big Line of Fancy Gift Articles 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 i A. Co. The Cash Store Poimatier Sisters at the Lyceun j tonight. .Prices 75c and 50" j Come earlyl I ;