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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta GAS, INDIGESTION AND f: DYSPEPSIA VANISH Makes Your Disordered Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes You can eat aiiyihing your stomach craves without fear of Indigestion or I Dyspepsia, or ihat your food will fer-lfyj I FHK LETIIBK mOlE BA1LT HERALD START PAVING STREETS IN 1911 ment or aour on your Stomach. If you j will take a little Uiapepsiu occasion- ally. .Your meals will taste sood, and any- thing you eat will be digested; noth- ing, can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas. which causes Belching. .Dizziness, a feeling of fuil- ne's's after- eating. Naueea, Indigestion (like a lump of lead in the Biliousness, Heartburn, Water Brash, Pain in stomach and intestiiies or other symptoms. Headaches from -the stomach are absolutely 'unknown, where -this elec- tive remedy is used. Dispopsin really does all the work of a healthy stom- ach. It digests your meals xvheii your Stomach can't. A single dose will t'i- gest. all the food you eat and leave nothing to ferment p'or sour and tip- set the stomach. .Get s. of Pape's Dbpepein from your druggist and taking now, acd. iu a'little while .you .will actually brag abo.ut your b'aaJthy. Atroni Stomach, "for you i hen can eat anything and every- IkiBK you Tvant -without the slightest discomfort or misery, and every par- ticle "of impurity and Gas that is in Mfemach and intestines is goins carried away without'the ,use of any other assistance. Should you at this moment be suf- fering-from Indigestion, or any stom- ach 'disorder, you can get relief within five An- IVlakCS Mll- nouncement to Board of Trade Council EDITED BY "UNO" PHONES VISITING DAYS' FINANCES OF Annual Report Presented by the Secretary Treasurer the financial report of .T. W. Mc- Nicol, secretary of the Board, of Trade, as read at the annual meeting last night was as follows: Receipts .Cash .on hand, .Tan. 45.09 Refund Billings Pullman 22.50 C. A. Rent ..L....... Receiyed..for special .work 250.00 City; 3500.00 Alberta Government Grant 500.00 Sale 6t" Grain ___' Dues (195) 975.00 Proceeds Own Xote......... 250.00 .Bank Overdraft............. 3.34 The new council of- the beai.l- of trade held its -liisL meeting todav with Yice-i'jesitlcnt the chair, -.Mrssts. Sacith, Tin- uiiig, Kipley. EHoii, Taylor, Dobbin. 'Adams and luvseai. .Mi. Cunningham explained that owing "in the absence oi President Hatch it would not be welt U> defmilc business, but as.it -was..the regular meeting ria.y of; the council tliev might discuss minimally sor.e .plans fui the year. He mentioned some oi tlit- things that would demand tbfir attention were the.land titles office, the SirJtli street spur trade, the badge rim-, the securing Of wholesale and-manufactur- ing establishment5 and trips to outside .-'points. In' rcplv tr> Mrs.. A Soiilhsird; T. F. Klrkliain." Mrs. U'. Dowuer. .Mrs. C. A. Little. Mrs. J. E.- Ten-ill. .A.-11. Rome. E. tF. Rylands. Boyd. Airs. Mrs. Airs. A. B. Stafford. Mrs. Fred Hick will morrow. uot receive to- Mrs. Seattle. -will receive to- morrow and hereafter I'riday of ettch month. on the first Mouday evening. Binor's or- fhesr.ni .will play for the d mice s ami and tho hall is t0 be decked w'jih their jswc-d at the Alexandra CafeVarh'alf I time. -The will wear their i Association button for the first time land "lie hall is gaily decked with their hundred and fifty invitations have.: been issued'au'd: the event promises-.to be o'uoot'Vttie larg- est of tho season. The uiauy friends of Mrs. Kred Hop- kins will be glad u> hear that she is after''a ser- ious operation performed by Mew. bum at Gait Mrs. "Andrew Til fey'will receive CLUBS AND SOCIETIES morrow and hereafter on I VV T "r Hfdav of each momb :s called for tomorrow, af- {isrnoori at 2.45 to consider. several.'a p- rs J RM-HOI, -M-fii n i ltlicat'onsv "The'.VfljrulRr monthly ,Uus- jifiees tbe C.T.U..will Announced, i be held tomorrow afteniboii at A The Gnuluate "Nurses of the "Gait Hospital will at the nurses'I TnP r r residence, tomorrow Aid, socieiy of said it woiild -hot :br possible to rnak'r a 'lefmile announcement Oi any: rediiL-- tioh in lighi-ratcs unfil the -nuHtoi's report had.bcen received.-- Several months a-go'.ardfseoimt of- '25 per cent- was given rate's.. There wa-i; a -good deal Oi disciission on the present" state the Smith si reet spur- 1 rack si tua'rion. ;1 t was stated that firms are waiting for more definitcness: before deciding in. build on the street. .Mayor- .Adams ard Mr. C'onyheare explained the situ- ation. mouth. "SOCIAL AND PERSONAL series of next event will Hammond's and. -Mrs. Burnett.. Hammond expects leave tonigh; ;ter Calgarj' where she will meet Mr. Hammond '.ami'they will continue their-, journey to Cslifornia, from there to New.Orleans where they will attend the .Mardi'eras' 'and then ro.Florida where several weeks will be The new its adlier-j The Sewing club members were the i..n 4 ii. __.'__ of _" G.iiiAiLtj.n. uuiKT- Lii'j j of encc to thircoiirsp of; the-blri -councill Biichanan will, bold' its' -monUilv-ius'hesi evening regarding the Belly River 'b'ridsc. j Mayor Adams said ihac.it.was the purpose of the city council.'to pavimr the sl'rce'ts-'this year and make the necessarr sewer sys- tems. The matter of starting the street railway system was in mind in this work. Mr. Cunningham said that duiinc the year he'hoped to give particular guesis were Mrs. Paddon. nan's delightful visitor from Ne Ison, will goodies "dear to' "Vankees.-'. frornc-Hoston. baked Lbe'ahs ap.d bro'-vn to pumpkin -pie and doughnuts.; will: be served froni .six to; seyen-thirly aud will be'follWed those who pro-: gram wilVihcitjife, several b'fv pur cb.ii- sms .from aeross'J he line. The Favorite Oysters Straight from the Shore and always you can now have your ftyprite oysters as fresih and appetizing as the hour they left the moraent they left the getting genuine Sealshipt with the delicifius of the sea. Be sure of the only from the Blue and White Sealshipticase in our stores. a perfect the Sealshipt.'System we receive oysters straight front Atlantic: Coast and Gulf of Mczico oyster beds. Tile oysters are packed the day they are immediately shipped in air- tight' refrigerators to us-every' mile of. the journey under supervision- every mile under seal. 1 Sort Future fcotnwhic the Mason. .DufCerih -St. I Tuesday, when -addresses, on 'iocai- o- Of hundred former United States who now Sealshipt Oysters From-Atjaniic and Gulf Beds Under Perfect Refrigeration 'You can defend-'absolutely upon the "purity; "-of Oysters. The- waters "where'these.oysters are 'are supervised by State and but Sealshipt Oysters are all solid oyster no no hence their vast economy. The price of Sealshipt is the standard Qt If. you pay less "oil Ret' less. Ask for free book of recipes for delicious oyster dishes. Paper >iit iVwkicfc Sulihrpt ut hufaiyou Sealshipt Agents Savage, Jobbers Delany V_: -So, 721.68 Expenditure -Postage Telegrams and Phone S 112.41 Salary...... .S'tenographer Annual Banquet Coal T.........-......... -iften't of G.uests-Luncheon CpEt of Smoker Xote r.Paid interest on same Telephone in Office rn Lethbridge hare.rcceived post cards attention to the matter of j bidding them to in the Y M C wholesale and--manufacjLurin-r; firms -to S o'clock lib i'e- camc here-' There wasr ncctl "to" eo at- J-'eiyc't'ho report nf ter these personally and not ohlb's oryaiiizatlon commitrse and for Lne new dub's, initial enter- tainment which will be held an Feb. 22. Extensive preparajions are lars. Edward A. Jlilton, s. farmer, of ston'-ifills. was thrown from a cutter, alisiiting on his head. He was badlv Murt. Business iren's.Eipense ___ Press Convention Entertain- ment Printing.................... Paid C. P. R. Un-useri tickets, Spokane................. Times Ad......... Winnipeg: F. il. Entertainment Office Supplies Sheaf Grain..............'.'. Spokane and Chicago Exhibit .1037.71 W. C. A. B. of T., and trip East............. 177.63 Spokane Cup.......____ Banners Canadian Manf. Ad....... insurance Glass Jars and Fluid 1200-.GO .36.1.00 12.00 9.00 "15.00 9.35 44.55 700.00 17.SO 33.25 33.00 2J.SO 214.18 31.15 S4.2S 1036.SO T50.0S 17n.OO 4o.70 ToimgamlOld Are Attacked Everyone is liable to be attacked with Kidney Trouble, young and old are seized. Pains in rhe back and aching, limbs are sure signs of kidnev trouble. Girls that ouerht to be bright and lissome are languid and nervous women worry ami suffer rorments Strong men do not escape the ravages of kidney trouble and disease. Mrs. X. Good, of 70 Stadaco- St., .Moose the meaning of. and the method procedure in securing local, option, while Mr. Torrance gave a most con- .vincinr his actual resulrs where adopted. The addresses were followed by a lively, discussion participated in by O. Matson, B. Short- house. B.-.McNabD and others. ".-A pieas- Association Divide Province Into Eight A Goo TRY Next door to Eastern' fown- ships Bank. .FISH AND Also the best .Meat Pies in BIG FRIGHT FOR NEW YORK -New York, Feb. violent explo- sion shook the down town district of -Manliatuin shortly after noon today Jndne windows hf office buildings ir, ail directions over a wide area, ami cawed immense excitement in the fiu- aiul mercantile sections. Jt -Jaw, sRSk., was ijrst thought tnat-aii explosion had says: ooccurred in rhc vicSnity of the Stan- am pleasc-ri nanl Ol{ "Company's property in Bay- 26.00 to sune for the I cnnc> L- L> across the Hudson river 1 trom New York. IUR later l lintel v benefit of any suffer- ing: witji painful back, they will find Booth's Kidney Pills a most excellent remedy. I suffered for months with ascertained that it de it occurred on one of the .lersey Central railway locks, south of Jersey City. con SGVere and was so zreat that toienhonc of Trade Debt Jan. 31, Own Xote Bank ___...... Bank Overdraft 1910 '250.00 and aches in the kidneys, and felt very much distressed. There was' also a swelling under my eyes. When T learned of Booth's Kidney I pro- cured a box. and found them the best remedy I have ever used, as they were very cjuk-k. in giving me. relief! The pains have left my back and have re- health and I am now strong operators all left their and posts, rendering commanication almost impossible. H was Jator ascertained that a dyna- ooat in Jersey City was blown The explosion caused a panic in several downtown stores and big of- ilec buildincs were rocked to :thcir -causing the inmates to nish into the street. The Bccth Guarantee ..C Wo nof guarantee to cure in all! .-jcases. bin if yon derive no benefit our _ i agents aro aisthorizert to ref-.md you Kidney Pills A stock company proposes to hui'd 3 s Kidne-v I'His are :rJbed. een-UD .0., Eno, Ont. Hold and guaran- teed by Jackson Cope. j i nc first police boat which came irrom the scene ot the explosion, nroiight a Jioy, named Harry Ford, -n! cook on a tnpbont. who was painfully injured. Capi. j. Umb. of the rath- enne C.. which belongs to rhe William j McAllister towing line, was badly scald ed. and is in a critical condition. JAMES H. BAWDEN CITY .-Jamcs II. St.. Louis.' 3In-, brother, of Jos, Philip Bav.-don, arrtvnd- in the city yesterdavj to spend-a week :here al the- bedside1 of his mother, .Mrs. Bawdcn, who' is very sick. Mr. Bawden, who Is lit-! t crested in thr furniture companir-ot' Hawdcii Bros. here, spent V month or two in U-ihbridgc lask spring, and is well Known in tiie city., "ire is- on Ins way to the Pacific Coast and will attend the convention of the Western Fruit -robbers' arc j being entertained-in -Sacramento. Cal. j from the 15th to J'Stlvof Feb.-'b? Pacifie Friiil Shippers' Association-, j .Since lea ring I.eliibndgi: last ;sprinx; Mr, ijawdcn lias organized, a la'rjc fniii auction company- in St. T.r.uis. of which is president, and' one of i his objects, in -oingto the coast is to j .with ;Jic shippers' in lhat part of the coutilry. I JUST RECEIVED ELEGRAPHfC BRIEFS S. Mitchell, of Toronto, will! be foreman of the Berlin gas plant. j "Dr." .fames Kelly, .who posed as a I liquor inspector at Windsor, was sen-1 tenred to un days. VVpiJand is piirchasing more laivl for. the marKe-ySnd will build its Carnegie! library of it. j i-'rank- L. Hyde, nn M. C. R. employe.' flipped a movins coach nt and was killed. ;XfiJchsnan (Juille. of Brockville, G. T.- fireman, was fatally crushd. Ke> was a South African veieran. Ham Xelson. whoiHves at veteran. I employee of the boat, j condition. juion f A Liberal Offer i A iTf.sJi Lot of Xavcl Orange.s juicy, por doz -J.5r. Eatiuji Per box and Vanderburgh Teeple %H. to Craddock Vintr SHERLOCK BLOCK. ES TO GET INCREASE "e" rhf> hair thins OIIt 'hC top! Pronto, Feb. WcGibbon'? :he aiul 'he bald spot is TorHwwnion T iV j in 'lont K w J' or irriiablp. Just ffo! j i-. H. .McGjjsan, the arbitrators who. to your Druegjsr and for Parisian! j-ire Investigate the riifTcrencc Hair Tonic. ne will charjrfi j en the C. r. B. employees in st and rompanv, have n'nom ;Tim fnr b.rpe bin if it does, hair 10 srow" whero the! O.T this The leporL b? the co'rnmiJtcc on fair dates, which Vas adopted unanimoiis- tlic Fairs dividell the province Into eight] ami. set" .dates as. given i below. Those societies'.which" had.not supplied the desired information io the .Association regarding their dates, are .not. included in the .Circuit No.- 1 22. .July 7. II, 12. 13, M. Circuit No. 2 2. 3. 4. 7. S. 0, 10. Storioy II, 12. 'lo'-IO. 22. 22-2n. .Medicine Scpf i. .Circuit No. 3 12. St. 13. M. KK 20, 21. 1C i Isco t. 27. Sept. I. Circuit No. A 22. 2c. 28. Circuit No. 5 Pinchcr 1'2. 13, M. l.l, IS. 20. Ma a: rath-Sept. 2fi. 27. Taber 2K, .T. 4, 5. Circuit No. 6 Sept. 12. Srfltrew 15. Three Traffic Inipeded-BIizzarcl the Worst -in _a -v. Toronto, Feb.' parts of On- tiirio are today affected 'by terrific j storms, most of the reports -agreeing jtnat blizzards.are prevailing-titat are j me worst experienced' iu a genera- tion. The steam railways are badly tied up in many cases. Street cars awf vehicie tritlic has ceased and the j telegraph system is in 4 a very bad jsnape. .Matters seem to be getting j worse rather than improving. North Way and Cobalt are-suffering severe- ly and'.no telegraph messages can he. sent except by tnc round aboui way ol' Sitdbury. Uoth" Ottawn :md Jlont.- that, conditions could Hardly be worse. U'estern Ontario (and Brunswick all send much the same reports. Wires to Xew York i tins morning worked very poorly and I despatches Toronto ia some cases j Had to be relayed at liiiffalo. So far tnis city has escaped. i .Montreal. Feb. blizzard wliich hit this city "last niplit is still j racing with strong wind and i ttire in the neighborhood of zero, wUfc i snow fall of eight tuj-hrs, rendering vehicle and street car traffic almost 5m possible. Steam roads report from one to eight hours delay. It is feared i al! tra'fflc" wilj He at :i standsfill 09- j r ore and :r. L the west struck o'clock this niorning and'hy eight slreeJ.-c.Tr tfatlic tied up .worse than" it. has hecn j tor years. The incoming morning from Toronto is stalled in drifts seventeen miles from, tiie city. Other trains are in a similar plight, and few trains are tho "THE FLANEUR Toronto, Feb vi IS DYING MAKKETS lo red their work or taking e.vi- JjJT, is 'finniRR OT" finding wii, nor. :o sav .o tc '-no for TWO or .nan. woman and child, that yet. I he arhirralor.-s your money back if Parisian Sage isn'( ;ho grower.-hair er. and riandmff cure I on t.he market ?odav. itching scalp and makes hair prow thick and V 11 AH tian or postpaid from' The Glroux >Up. Co.; Fort Crie, Ont. j Jha: tho pirl with the Auburn evervx bortlc Pold tliid I by .Jaoksou vt Cope. 21. i'J. j Wmniocg Wheat i i opened 37 j :ir. closed ojiened i Oct. closed rash xvhcat i l Xor. 'l Nor. Nor. No. 4, No. n, 7S: Xo. from the list, of fair dates those societies which Had not sent the.secretary the neces- sary information'for the fair dates commiti ee. Support For Lethbridge .Mr. McNicol got the convention to pass a resolution pledging the support of tho association :and- all -the 3ncie' tics'in it for'Lethbridge'in''its Effort to get. the International 'Dry Farming Congress and ExhWitfon.' It wa.s en arid jnajiy'o'l Uio ileiegatos said thnr..their societies would be Sere ta exhibits ro swoop list. i'oliowing resolution apprsclat-' ivc of the work of tho provincial de- paitinent ot .v.riculturo was pssscd Tdat the sixth annual convention of {the Alhftrta Agricultural Association I wishes, to express its appreciation or me ,-ionc hy the Department of I Agriculture and io tnank the gororn- ment for trte >Trnc'roiiR assistance !r is giving to the agricultural societies o[ the province, votes of thanks were passed to tbe i l.ctnnnctpe Agricultural Soolety and j People' and to the chairman. ont anything ir was another sourco fha; thr t-.-iii be agreeable TO bolli sides jand the employees obtain an In- .1.1. 5. 6. "Let food d-ffsfionujGi! on appetite, end health on boih! i hey will if you take -1. i. Frifivhs an.1 Oct.'- f.. Circuit cJo. i7. U-cS rets digestion, and mate Hfe vorth hviE? for ths victirn cf SOc. a box. If vc :s scr.d us SOc. and u-e wfli -ail thsm. Dm? Cf.emieM your dnjcrist 35 J ;