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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEG The Lethbridgc Daily Herald, Tuesday, February THE VOL. 1 ALTA., FKBHUAKY 8 No. BUCKEYE WANT COLUMN SITUATIONS VACANT HEAL WISE ONE TO furnish the correct answer to the following iiuc-iucm: is the City Hand answers to any of the citv aldermen. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN j OST, STRAYED OR man Winter of 1910. Was last seen Moufduuwiird chased by a band Grasshoppers. HE WAS MARRIED Do You Need Shaking? JUST 25 TIMES ATTRACTIONS JT-AK W.M. BLAKE Ballad of the Buckeye between Eicts. Star dressing room Lyceum t'heatre tonight. Admission, a pass Brown. WANTED TO EXCHANGE rnHB CITY'S NUISANCE GROUND for a dozen Buckeye Putts. of Anv Lethbridgc Citizens. ION AS ud cliev, ECTURE BY H1NTON A. COWARD Moral League Reformer on the subject Should Happen to Leth- Idge If It Don't Win the 1910 Pen- Cigar Store, you want Heavenly bliss. Mark Hambourg The above great pianist will tour feeliiic is a virile, brilliant, fascinating, and njs successfully audacious performer, be -all, the poetic is magnetic, he carries you oil this country during the spring of 1910 fpet> make yQU or dcr and delight... and the arrangements are m negotia- j and compels yoll .vhether you or i _______________ tion for a concert in this town. a srsnpnsion of vour' he causes a suspension oi sour, TELEGRAPH1C BRIEFS A very good impression of Mr. i critical faculties for the time, i Hew York, Feb. asked the desk sergeant as he booked Emiel You Mueler, alias Emil Vou Hagen, brought here from Los les, Cal., charged with bigamy. admitted Voa Mueler, "nme teen times." Either he had slopped counting or the figures in the possession oi the police had been inflated. The latter read twenty-five. Von Mueller married Miss Hula Wood Power in Los Angeles last Oc- tober. Angina Veuhlmana, of this city, whom he married and deserted less than a year before, heard of it and had him extradited. Iu addition the police have letters Mrs., ilarie H. P. Tatler, oi Philadelphia, and other women who believe they have been similarly tricked. Voa Mueler must have been a busy wooer, either by his own count of nineteen or of the police count of twenty-five, as he is only thirty-seven years old. The prisoner received a most unex- pected greeting when he stepped from a train in Jersey City last night in the custody of detectives. Miss Veummana and Bertha Al- bretch, a servant who alleges that Von Mueller courted her for six months and then decamped with 5600 belonging to her. The two women had gone to the station and when the man the} sought appeared, Miss Albretch threw her arms around his neck and scream ed. The man protested he did no know her and then Miss Veuhlmann stepped forward and exclaimed, "Wei! do vou know c, and above t The detectives held the two women he displayed, i off, whereupon the prisoner probably bow iqore briskly the when freshly built or shaken. Vou doabtlew too, bow Much more briskly around when you or twenties. tlM arc parallel You am like ttw that ia choked -with ashes. eelli which compose the body are eowftautly dying and being renewed. Then there IE the indigestible part of the food to be removed. This cleansing of body is the duty of the kidoeya skiu. When any of then fail to do their work properly, the avvtem becomes clogged and fire of life burns low. There an increasing tendeacy towards constipation, kidney poisoned blood as one grows older. la moat cases, the need is f elt of something to regulate these vital organs, the famoua fruit medicine, does tbJa perfectly. It directly ou the liver, in creasing the flow of bile aad causes the bowels to move regularly and naturally. "Fruit-a-tivea" freateat of kidney overcoming the tendency to congettioa of the and atrengthening thece also atronlatea tkc akin to renewed action. By their combined action on bowela, and skia, "Fruit-actives" keepa the system free of all and renewa the vigor of youth. are aold by all at yx. a box, 6 for or trial box, 150 or may be obtained froco Pruit-a- Limited. Ottawa. years the number of persons seeking shelter in the city lodging liouses has Increased, until last year per- sons applied, an Increase of more than 100 per cent, for the period. From 112 in 190C the dully average has risen in three yours to 281. Suicides have In- creased .nearly 50 per cent, from 190-1 to 1909. THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COST OF LIVING Unique Arrangement Made By Old Man In Illinois EVIDENCE OF THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. Chicago, Feb. Mayer ana his wife, Mary, have solved the dufu i cullies attending the high cost of 1'iv- jing as far as they are concerned. They {have lived !or years on a thirty-acre arm near the village of Riverside, Cook county. By a deed filed in the recorders office Meyer, for u consideration of in cush, con veyed to his son Fritz H. Meyer, the farm. But in return for the elder Meyer Is to be furnished with all the necessities of life, including a house, regardless ot" market prices sis long as he or his wife lives. A part of Una unique deed reads as follows: "The grantee is to provide a suffi- cient supply of fruit, a suffloTent sup- ply of vegetables of all kinds to be de- livered on demand, one dressed hog of Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long" it has been pray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops falling out, and positively Dan- druff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re- fuse all substitutes. tlmei as much, iu f 1.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. at 2o for Jree book "The Care ot the Hair." Pbilo Ilay Co., Newark, N. J. Hay's Hatilna Soap cures Pimpv., red, roivh aud uhapped bands, and ali skin dis- eaivs. skin tine and eoJt. 2Sc. druujfists. tor free boolc 'The Care SJdji." For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTKAM CO., LTD. AL9ERTA DRUG BOOK CO. expeeure to vet tnd miy ftcross tkt chest, difficulty im hreaf- r thick phlegm, at fit greenish or yellow the bronchial tube pecially the first t New York, Feb. effects of the increased cost of living upon the working classes are shown in the greater number of applications for city aid. Figures made public to- day show that during the last twelve months more than CO.OOO persons 200 pounds wejght; one fore quarter of j Cure the first aynn fresh beef to be delivered Dec. 15 each the UJM of Dr. year; one-half dozen fat ducks; one- Syrup. half dozen fat roosters, dressed, to be delivered N'ov. 1 each year, and three barrels best quality of wheat flour to be delivered, one. barrel each time on t .ran. l, .May I and Sept. 1 of each j year. Twenty bushels of good eatable potatoes to be delivered on demand, two pounds of fresh butter each week. Cured. t yov.r drove the audience irantic with won-j his shoulders and laughed. This drove Miss Albretch frantic and she screamed and fainted. A big crowd collected and the detectives had to .ftVht their way through it with Von sought relief from the charity depart-jone dozen fresh eggs each one meat, an increase of more than SO per j quart milk each day ami in cash cent, in five years. There were on .March 1 and ?20 on July 1 in 995 applications in 1004. In seven'each vear.' Mark Hambourg's playing was pub- i while his daring originalitiss lished a little while ago by one bewitch you. He is a Representative Win. C. Lovering of Massachusetts, died at his residence the test critics in Europe, who who paints tone-pictures ot marvel- in Washington this morning, aged 75. "Of the different kinds of pianists, we lous beat-ty, and he interprets as we1 Charles McGill oi Kingston, former have in Mark Hambourg a very have heard no one before Him. His general manager of the Ontario Bank, blending of the emotional :md the :u- lightning-like speed, the accuracy oi, who was sentenced to five years in tellectual types, the former execution, his conceptions, nt; Kingston Penitentiary for issuing ating in a sufficient degree to impact, times dignified and grand, at times; false returns to the Dominion govern- to his playing an atmosphere which subtle and suggestive, his marvellous mept was released today after having glows with warmth and vitality. lie tone, his wondertul use of the pedal.' served three years. Mueller. Miss Albretch was taken to a drue store and revived. FIRED And ELEVEN BULLETS {NTO HIS OWN HEAD SENSATIONAL N. Y. MURDER all time. I cc and both told me advised me to give almost tvefytbing I cities give me any friends advised mo Norway Pine Syr taken the fint hot get better and vrh fourth bottle I felt cough had left me a "Dr. WoodV is Pine Syrup. It is wrapper, three pine and the 25 only by The T. 1 Toronto, Oat Then Lived to Hang Determined Suicide San Francisco. Feb. firing eleven bullets into his head from a 22-calibre revolver, reloading the weapon to accomplish the feat, Roman I to make the suicidal job complete. Six Iti (of the bullets entered his brain, and Hf j the fact that he was able to fasten ai 01 i clothes line about his neck and stran- gle himself is a puzzle to the coroner and physicians who examined the re-j mains. WHAT PINCHER CREEK THINKS OF THE SUMMERS STOCK CO. With The Summers Stock Company opening at the Lyceum in "The Lion and The Mouse" TO-NIGHT With Summers Stock Company, opening at the Lyceum IN "The Lion and The Mouse" I I 1 I Sl: O o 112 o o