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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHURlDOt, AISCRTA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, PAGE THRtt Picture Framing PHONOGRAPH GAVE EVIDENCE. Remarkable Story Connected burg Auault ROOSEVELT MAKES WOMAN ATTACK ON N. Y. PAPER Dec. the testimony of a phonograph record C. f _ j A. Humstay was today held for That Government of U. oil a charge of assault and battery Jljr Mutfistrtilo England. The com- Pullitzer's Paper For Criminal Libel plaint wtis uiucte by John E. Hinds i of Taggart St. on of his wife, i j thut ifiG screams his wife were a. blank cord thut hud been placed in the ma- j chine to reproduce a piano solo. Thc i music suddenly cea.sed and the scjisi-: Washington, D.C., Dec. Roosevelt today scut to the Sen- a statement ecmeerning the pur- of the Panama Canul property by the United States, aie Mr. Hoot had nothing to do with the purchase'., which was entirely arrang- ed through the Department of Jus- tice under the theri Attoniey-Ge'i- ml, MJr. Knox. Now, stories, as a matter of fact, need no iuvesti- Nc sh.JidOV? iminf .ir .._ CAN BS STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THB KIDNEYS ARE WELL. When tho kidnays are ill, the whole body is ill, for thb IWIBOUS which tho kidneys ought to filter of blood are left in tho system. Tiion how important it must bo to to it thut this ayslem of sewerage bo not clogged up. Thoso who have been troubled with kiunsy trouble know not the misery Buffering. which those Doau's KuJrifcy P'iU are specific fay all kidney troubles. They begin by healing anything wrong in, the tive difjc had recorded cries for the United States of the canal'can.. be produced in behalf of uny of and wails of paiii instead. The re'! Jtlwm. They consist simply of a cord was admitted, as evidence. I tt These stones, he continues, were Jt is remarkable and the voices can first brought to my attention as pub- lished in a paper in Indianapolis called thf News, edited by Mr. Dele- W. W. Handfbrd THE PHOTOGRAPHER bo -easily distinguished, j It is that Itumstay went! into" the house on Taggart St. to get a phonograph he had sold to a Mrs.' vau.Sniitli.' The slorieti were 5cum- lous Hhinehart, tt Umeiit of the f house. .Mrs. Kliinchart had sold hOrifa 'S -f- 4- writes "I il ii V S D troubled with Conatipntion aud for a long time. After trying different doctors to no eflect, a friend asked to i try Burdock Blood Bitterg. I find I am (.IK- DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH? in newspapers published by Mr. 1'ulitzer." i c, i Summarizing tho charges made -nj this connection, the President says: to choose a public servant 1 Arc you having; Photofraphk troubles? Cmll and we will help you. por technical staff always at yoor aenrice, and asy qoesticn will be cheerfully an- swereo ADVICE QRATtS Aoiateur are specially minted TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Dereiopiof, Printing Fin- ishtng done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days cd in.the editorials, sometimes in the) news columns, sometimes in the of contributions irom indi-i viduab either'unknown or known to be of bad character. They are false in every particular from beginning end. The wickedness of the slan- Remember This and Believe It All the bind will soon be sold: Don't wait ujiti tomorrow and find it all gone. -Too many people now can tell what'they might have done." Invest now in Nechaco Valley Land, British Columbia, Canada; per acre, per acre cash, balance 9 yearly payments. When the Trunk Pacific R.K. is completed next fall, land will be selling for and up per_ acre. is on this last Great Northwest. Un-jaia purchase Mr. W. H. Ttft was dairy, fruit-and mixed j Secretary of War, as in reality Mr. farming. Wheat 40 bushels per never became Minister of War until long after the whole transaction in question had been closed. The who betrays his trust, a public ser- vant who is guilty of blackmail or theft, or financial dishonesty of any j kind, and a man guilty as Mr. Joseph Pulitzer lias been guilty in this in- stance. It is therefore a high na- tional duty to bfiiip to justice this vilifier of the American people, this man who wantonly and wickedly and without one shadow of. justification, seeks to blacken the character of his j own country m the-eves of the civil- ders 35.only surpassed by. their fals- ized world of wrongdoing of the bas- ity. The inventor of the storv J Chas. P. Taft, for instance, sup- est and foulest kind. When he has The eyes of the world i posed .that at the time of the Pana- not jj Jptification of any oats 110; timothj', pea vine and hay 'Fine drinking water. The Attorney-General .has under consideration the form -n which the prosecution Hgainst Mr. Pulitzer shall be. brought." The President refers to various pa- to horses back. Deep rich soil.. No sand or stones, inventor of the story of Mr. Douglas 11Jers which with.hU Timber, minerals and coal near by.] Robinson had not taken the trouble: Attention to nu Climate seldom below'zero. Rainfall; to find-out the fact that Mr. Robin- and acts relating to in right season. No wind. Springs, AN OLD TIMER. (Maple Creek Ranching News.) Last week one of our townsmen, Mr. D. PaUrson, was honored by re- ceiving from tho King, through (he Lieutenant-Governor. tlin Irnperinl Service Decoration medal in recog- nition (.if his long and valued ser- vices whilst connected with the R.N. W.M.P. Up to the time of his tiremen a few months ago, Mr. "Pater- son had seen upwards of 33 years in the ranks of this splendid force, and when caught quietly can relate many a" stirring episode in which the R.N. W3I.P. have figured. Of himself he has very little say, but from the' conferring of thc above decoration we should imagine that his services had been a little more valuable than he cares to admit. j with which we are abundantly blessed completely thrtcbotlW. j having a soil which produces probab-j t recomtaead it to all." ly thc largest grain crops in the j_________________________________ world, and H climate that allows! sheep, hogs, cattle and horses, to go j -his industry is practically to maturity without care j Just as a railroad company linds or shelter, other than that found in j capital to develop its liru-. so the prairie and stubhlo fields. And hav- j business men of and the ing coal at our doors, we have first, grower can ihul capitul and fuel, second bread, meat aod wool, [practical men to manage the industry We have here tho foundation when pro- Uie corner stone of country's pros perly developed and home umnufactur i pwity. ec! for making this country one of A. Ualter. the cheapest places in the world to live in. And here should he and will j por Christmas and! New Years be a densely populated and prosper- t thc Canadiari Pacific Rail- way announces a rate of fare ana ous country, and it would with all these natural advantages we should not long exporting live meat and importing cured meats, but a packing plant should started at lakes, rivers and fish, and fruit, in abundance.- Wild _ game The coming bal Defcmd AiywWre All kinds of Drayirig and Contract Work executed with despatch Hayr Transfer Co. RING UP 180 most popular summer resort in North r America. Buy now at low pnee, and sell to the other fellow for high price. Ah investment of cash for 40 son had not had the slightest connec-1llHi cauai and its purchase. He cites tion, directly or indirectly, of anylthe Act of Congress by which he was kind or sort with any phase of the authorized to pay for the Polmatier Sisters at the tonight. .Prices 75c Come earlyl Lyceum and 50c. Lethbridge. Having the soil, ate, grain and the live stock, coal, a j good homy market, and to thc west: the market of the lumber, raining, and fruit districts of British Colum- bia, ami the large market of the coast cities. We are liable to have more or less frosted grain from year to year, which will be very valuable when fed at home. The prosperity of thc coun try and city will be much greater one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale for Christmas, December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, for New cember 28, 29, 30 and 31 and January I, final return limit on aM tickets, January 5, 1909. 7-15 HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Successor to G. H, Phone 211 Tananm transaction from beginning jcanal 'Property! find says it no to The men who attacked }ir.jeoncsm of the President what the Root in the matter had not taken Canal Company did with the! read the public documents j acres .will make you within two or for 160 acres'1 willj_ lake you We are cultivat- acres for ourselves. You on't have to live' on this land to wn it. Send 25 cents. for ictures, map and particulars. I. B. nell, I and 2, Bryan Block, ver Eureka Theatre, entrance Dufier- .Canada. which, would have informed them that DRAYING JUS. FRAME Guaranteed iPHONE 289 Sisters at the Lyceum onight. 75c and 5ftc. Jome earlyl Get our on Corrugated Iroi. Galvanizbd and Painted Metallic Sidrog Metafile Shingles before buying elit.vhere We. have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock I CUNTS The President-states that the money was paid through the New York banking house 'of J. P. Morgan and Co., acting as financial agents of the United Statss Government, into rhe Bank of France, in Paris. "In the he "we. (followed to the letter the decree of! j the Government tribunal of i which had the authority to make such a decrer, the civil tribunal of j the Seme, I wish to make as clear as possible, and these statements did I not have anything to do with the] I distribuyon of a dollar of the we naid as regards any holder or bond holder of the French 1 companies save that de followed out j the award of the arbitrators appoint- pa the face; of th.e man who drintH cd accordance with: the decree of Lethbridge with the French court, wjiich has dealt satisfaction his judgment in awarding" a cer- proportioa to the .old company FOR THERE IS SATISFACTION Office and Factory ttIK UlfU Telephone 153 PINK 195 in selecting so wliich he pfcys s good an article for 3 small a price, for a case is sold, delivered pur case, ?1.50 refunded on return tf case and bottles. Handy thing have about the house. Shall we aeo.l you a case? LETH BRIDGE BREW1NG4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd Accounts must be tain and a certain proportion to the n3w company. Any question conceniing the stockholders, boivdholders, or other beneficiaries of the proceeds of the sale was purely a question of the civil tribunal of the Seine, with which the nation had nothing whatever o do." PAID before the 15th of each month Wholesale Liquor Merchant 50 P.O.Box 87 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 COME AND SEIE: V BELOW YOU WILL FIND A LIST OF USEFUL THINGS, READ IT. PERHAPS YOU'LL SEE JUST WHAT YOU WANT If You Require Printing The Herald Your Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes ograms Receipt Forms Injactj Printing of any kind A LESSON i (Regina Leader) The District Lodger "says that "The Globe Fire Assurance Company seeme to have been born in insolvency and to have remained in that state." In view of thc deplorable state o[ affairs disclosed by. the collapse of this counterfeit- insurance company of Armstrong Dean, it may well be asked whether there are not possibly other companies patterned after Globe yhich are at the present time entering into contracts and assum- ing liabilities which in the case of certair eventualities they could not j possibly moot. The Leader creditably informed of one doing business in Sas- kntche'-van .today, which on a paid-up cash capital of has assumed liabilities of It needs no prwit business acumen to figure out 'tho position of a company so rd in the ovent of a large conflag- ration affecting property in which it i was interested. With practically no fund, with no deposit lodged with the povfrnnient, the company would just as the Globs has To properly protect policy holders i no company should be permitted to i po into the insurance business that tial sum with tho government, which I deposit might automatically be in- eroded as the Iwbilities aiesumed incnwc. Only by ?ome such system j of can mushroom compan-i io.s of the Globo type be prevented i b pursuing the confidence which was of the ,op-j crayons cf thnt ill-fated firm. I j 4- t Ladies' Neck Furs and Muffs Ladies1 Black Hair Storm Collars Xmas Sale Price Ladies' Marmot Mink Stoles Xmas Sale Price Ladies' Persian Lamb Scarfs Length 72 inches, glossy even excellent value Xmas Sale Price Genuine Sable Throws Length 72 inches, even, iSo. 1 fur Xmas Sale Price Mufls Persian Lamb or Sable, good frill size Xmas Sale Price Men's Overcoats Special Jnst 15 Men's Coats at this special price, beautiful dressy coats they are. They come in Beaver and Vienna Tweeds. Regular 518 goods Xmas Sale Price Boys1 Overcoats at a Saving Boys' Tweed Knickers Cheap Underskirts "We are showing a really fine stock in Under- skirts. The HEATHERBLOOJM quality is of conrse, our leader. We have them in many styles and colors at and each Kid Gloves, Suspenders in Fancy Boxes, Frillings, Fancy Cottons, Belts. The Newest in Net Waists, Knitted Blouses and Norfolk Coats, Fancy Drawn Linens. A Whole New Stock of Silk and Salsa Ribbons by express today. we have everything in Handkerchiefs from 3c up to each. See Our Big Line of Fancy Gift Articles The Cash Store Polmatier Sisters at the Lyceun (tonight. .Prices 75c and 50" Come early! A. Macdonald ;