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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L'gTHBRlPOE ttAILY HePULDMONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1jg9._ Constipation. No allowed to become clogged up. A. fret motion of the bowels daily should -with everyone who to ketltfc. conrtipfction the bowels, up the natural outlet of matter, in the system the effete waste products of bad blood, dyspepsia MANY RUNNING IN THE OTTAWA BYE-ELECTION Ottawa, Dec. regard to the bye-election in Ottawa the Conserva- tive association executive held a niwt- ing today but adjourned to consider the calling of a convention at a lat- er date. Meantime, Mr. J. A. li-ins. ex-mayor, is in the field as an mde pendent mainly on the ins giving of a Dreadnought to Hnt- aiu It is doubtful if a straight Con- servative wilt enter the field. I he Liberals have several Frenoh Canad- ians as candidates. They are Dr. lie- vrier, who gave way at the last elec- tion to the premier, August Lemiciix, nature, cauting bad DIOOO, brothor Of the post masftr general. headache biRousijess, foul humors, Q. Forrest and Sir Wilfrid Laurier> reputation a far constipation and tht which from it. With half the labor, and at half the cost of other soap, Sunlight does the whole washing in half the time, yQt without injuring the niostu delicate fabrk. Use it the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. soon Cali- the this e o o I Bridge, N.S., write.: X Cured. "For OTW tiro yeani T -f. my -wife troubled 4 4 A with constipation. T T T "She tried sereral phy- tfcmns, but wuld get no relief, but after taking thrw bottles of Burdock Blood WM completely cured M .y in good health. My wife and I ___ot too highly of Burdock Blood Bitters." ,Tor sah by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out., TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS' "Wood- JFIVE GIRLS i girls who wore !story buildins occupied by Scbraek. Shorwood, manufacturers of un-; 'dertakors' supplies, which- troved by fire last night are" .'and it is feared they lost their lives. iOno fireman. Joseph Loner, was kill- led The missing girls Louella i Porter.'20-years.old: Rebecca Smith, i'l- Eva Aropa, 21: Catherine Shirley. il9; Louise of Carurien, N. rY.-' Minneseta. John McCann and wife will leave for a trip to SeattUrand fornia. S. S. Dunham has purchased Burnett quarter-section near j place. It is understood the price was acre. j William McDowell, ol Delavan. 111.. j has purchased the quarter formerly I owned by Hamilton Bros, and Gal- j braith. I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pillars are vis- itin- their aid home in Missouri. Airaan Nilsson spent Sunday at Ravmond. FIRE ing underclothing it, is. Cloanses and .purifies. District News MILK RIVER Milk; Canadian' Bank of Commerce has fitted up a .______ temporary.offiqe next to.the post Qf- fand other -minor injuries.. 'opened be score of persons susained burns CARDSTON NEWS Cardston, Dec. Samuel -T. Tolley, of Mountain View, will leave kis home the latter part of this month, to perform missionary labors in the Northern States Mission. The headquarters of this mission is at Chicago. William T. Passey, of Magrath, was .in' town Wednesday on btfsinfess. Mil. >well pleased'V-jsith growth noticeable here. Wednesday evening; the members of the Ward choir gave their leader. .Mr. J.' Franklin Layne; a very pleasant reception. _ Messrs-; and land arrived from Ontario yesterday, i carload., of fine .cattle- j Most -young This Application has been made to the London exchange to list the Mam-; toba government pounds, at j four per cent, bonds. j Thomas Ryan, a bachelor, was; found dead near a strawstack near j Ralleigh. Death resulted from expo-j sure while drunk. 1 Mrs. Thomas Hunt, .wife ol a far-' -j er near Osgoode Station, Ont., was instantly killed by a collision with, the eveninsr passenger train at jillou. wiiPbe a -phis will, be .ap- erything is in order at the Kci-d- Most ofCthem escaped convenience for the 'business -men and! many yesterday. Ev- ,__.-...I i _i -f.Krt n. ft--Mi irt cr in fiL TJIIG [floor below j bul out uncon- scious from the smoke. Five tailocl relurn T0 their homes durin? the and tliere are no injured per- in the hospitals, it is believed i that'their bodies are in the ruins. well from the surrounding farmers J. A. Sons bought out Mr. Fitzmaurice's stock of groceries, and boots and shoes, "ana'are doing a.......... i good bLSiness in their big store re-jtg'gpend the-holidays. They expect centlv built by Tomfohr Bros. Vancouver, Victoria, Spo- the ranchers are doinE products of the dairf. .James Anderson and wif 1 J T! J in this vicinity. erything is in good order at the Kci-d- erything in good order at the Head- of F..-.G. Woods, the local manager Bank of Montreal, is enjoying a month's'holiday.' Mr. Woods goes at once to his old home in'Ontario.'" He will entire time visiting friends and relatives there. During his absence, G; H. -Harman will '-have- charge of the bank. Dav.id of was passenger on the outgoing train yes- to r Calgary .and theiisc to Montreal before' returning.' During the coming holidays the Y. L. M. I. A., of the Cardston Ward, propose giving a "sleigh party" if the weather clerk will send enough j snow for good sleighing. I. Miss Ora Cahoon is again -out; af- a seige of scarlet F' t five weeks. LABOR NOTES The following members of Vancou- ver. P. .of C., have been elected to the B. C. executive for OK Morgan, W. 31. McK-enziey 'D. Gy Mackenzie, J. A.: Peterson, A. Daily press articles against "money hoarding" give away many a capital- ist secret. One of these is that large chunks of profits are made by the fin- anciers Svi.th that ate other, .peo- ple's, and get i no People. Rev. C. Hitzemann, of By "an order issued" to-day" b'v conducted' Lutheran services here D. Minister oJ Public Works, the Union Jack will Oy over the Par- liament Buildings every day in the year instead -of only during the ses- sion of the legislature as at present. -K. f To take jotir meals at the on- ly allrr..o Ti ri d white Restcinr- ant 'in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK .F.QR SPRING CHICKEN And Home.'G-rown Suckling Pigs' and- Pork' from -our 'farm. Ct is foryOa. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit yonr taste.: We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Hitzeman .informs us that a Lutheran minister 'will be stationed at. Lethbridge the first of the year, who will-then hold regular services at Milk River, Co-ut-is, and Warner. Mrs. C. W. Green and children ar- rived here last week from North Da- kota. Mr. Green is manager or the Citizens Lumber Co., and is glad to have his.family Mr. Mrs.Avm. Sbicer, of .'.gar- were down "on business Wednes- day. Mr. H. Quinn went up to Leth- I bridge on business last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Simms were j trading in our town on Wednesday-. i Mr. E. Locke, of Lisbon, North Da- kota, is spend sis: months on his homestead out in Tp. 1, R- 14- Mrs. Oscar Fitzmaurice enjoyed a i visit from her friend, .Mrs. T. Tay- lor; of Let-abridge. Thursda-v. BARONS I S Western llETHBRIDGE A 'Office: cv Ltd f LdlxAa uf ALBERTA Macdonald Block WHOLESALE JOBBERS, .-IMPPRTERS We have r r 2 GARS SIZES 65 5, 4, 3 Pumps, Black and Gal- vanszed Pipa, Mine pHes, Rails, Bar Iron and Steel, Fire Brick, Wire Cable, es and Fittings, Leather Botimg, Agents for THE- MAR SHALL PLOWING EN- ciHE. CEO: CRADOCK CO., WJRE ROPE. THE WOLF SAFITY tAMP CO., CYCLONE WELL DRILLS. GASOLINE, OfLft AND GREASES Tie Iberia irripticn C Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market Barons, Dec. n-ew railroad is now an assured fact it is under- stood that early in the New Year a thrice-weekly railroad mail service will be inaugurated. A large portion of the farmers are holding their wheat for this, and for prices. The fowl-supper was, a huge- suc- r--- there being libig heapee, muchee i of chicken for all." The programme. was unusually good and educative. Miss Whitehead, as usual, delighted the audience the Misses Dart in a due' sang beautifully Mr. Cotton, a new-comer, with a pleasing baritone voice, proved himself a addition to our literary ..talent. ;The event of the evening, was j the lecture by Rev. J. M. Harrison, of Macleod, on the subject of "Cana- dian To state the_.ex> Jact truth, of interest. It stir- I red -thfticarts-'of" all Canadians loyal to their we are all that. Certain references were made to'' oth- er nationalit-ies which some haye -been- so unfair and unthinking as .to wrong- ly construe, but if all will-ponder the words and receive them in the humor- ous way in which they were spoken. then no offence-Will be taken where The Literary and Debating society has been organized, with Mr. Brain- ..president, and Mr, Brown as secretary. Meetings .will be ,.held weekly in the church.'" on Wednesday night. All are welcome. It is pro- posed to keep the debates to a Tery high standard. An excellent well has been drilled for Mr. OliTer water was struck at a depth'of some 213 feet. Born.-To.Mr. and Mrs. Krigendal. a Mr. Boughman has moTed out to his homestead. 3? tained, unfortunately, through illness. :iA. Woman always glad td'receive Silverware We sell -Joseph Rogers 1S4T the. kind .with., the reputation. "We hii've knives, forks and spoons'iirjoaces assortment A Splendid Christmas One of' our Universal 'Favorite or Ranges. The Universal Fa- vorite is gTuarantee.d and is a univer- sal favorite. A gift like one of .these Vould please yoitr wife. I I A trickle plated Tea or Coffee Pot. Safety Razor. A'Bearttiitir'Parlor Lamp.' A Carring :Set.. in Triple Plated .Com- r Something munely A pair Opera or Field Glasses. A Shaving Outfit. Special Value In Cut Glass Our prices are the lowest in lite regular way and when we sa'-y "spec- ial value'1' it means" your money-goes a long way. It is worth your while to look into this. Situated North of Track Ihg Hlberta Railway and Irrigatim Eo, COALDALE Coaldale, Dec. 12 o'clock noon Dec. S, at Bclavan, 111., occur-, red the marriage of Mr. Benjamin S. Pawson and Miss Alma B. McDowell at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. McDowell. The officiating clergyman was Rev. J. B. Pawson, of Macon, 111., uncie of the There' were present about fifty of the near relatives of the. bride .and srooca. The bride's pown was of soft white silk with trimmings of lace. These two ;young; people are representatives of'tvro'ol the old families of Delavan. They left on the evening train on a' weddinp; trip which will include New Orleans, 'several points in Southern California.i 1 and Seattle. They expect' to reach I Coaldale. about .the middle of, Janu- ary. I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haley have :kft for a trip to Old Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thorn. a daughter. Joe Ley Is the winter in we iti R w I I I i I s> i I ;