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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta '"T^ fa" Page 10 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Saint-day, February S, l'M& If, CHANGE OF CL DID NOT HELP But GIN PILLS Conquered His Rheumatism ___-III | �PHBFMHHB fact that men of standing and responsibility fTT in w^^^^^^ do not hesitate to come out and state frank!v ' ' '�� '* ' � bow much good GIN PILLS have done tbem, speaks volumes for this good old remedy. Mr. V. G, Reid, of Hamilton, whose .statement we publish below, -with his peruiissiou, is one of the best known commercial men iu Canada. Hi* iu�,iiv fi lends iUroughwt the country will be delighted to leaiii that be is quite himself again. He Pays : " I have been {or the last two years a cripple wKh Muscular and Inflammatory Rheumatism, I have tried utmost everything known to medical science to relieve me of the intense pain and inflammation. I sought change of climate in Kentucky and other Southern points without relief. Your manager in this city recommended OfN PILLS and I have since taken eight boxes and am now cured, I consider GIN PILLS the conqueror of Rheumatism and Kidney Disease". (Signed) YV. G. REID. . Mu.-cular and Inflammatory Rueumatisin, Lmuli.iiro, Sciatica and all othct troubles arising from weak, inactive or diseased kiduers, have little chaiice against GIN PILLS. The curative properties in these pills go straight to the root of the trouble-the failure of the kidneys to keep the blood free from the  trrtlatiujj X'nc Acid which is contiuuaJly'beiug fon��d in the body. GIK PILLS help the Kidneys to perforin this function jumper!/-, *ad the Iram of troubles vanish. J��t tfrjr it,and prove it to vour ovru satisfaction. There is no risk-money feu* if G and with the army aud navy. This action, jf nccessarv to''resort to all, night was taken:�s a sequel to a meeting ' ' ' , .u , .. . -,, . u- i. milch cows-live-years old; . � One nedi'and white milch cow, throe vears old.--.^ ,'� . One s'-toi|*�ft?eel on right th.8i..\. , r, v -': One two year old colt,,bay with 'wliiiro face ,rtMl-toie4�,tirjie'.toot, ilq brand. ,,,,.v.'�. Also in the matter, of a certain Chattel Mortgagfexgfvcn^by John-Andrus, to W. H. Faulhaver and assrgnedynd'Al^hfe^^E^, I have.seized and further been instruGte:d,!to,any In existence. ' " " LOST AN HEIRESS NOW CHAMPION POLO PLAYER HIES OFF TO BURY HIMSELF IN MEXICO \0nvLauehlin .McDonald., who practiced ,.dentistry in London,.' OnL^for haJii'a century, .dead, aged 7.'). . ' fPONY EXI>KESS AND TRANSFER ' / double and, single drays .;iOff�ce trunks delivered to any part of the City. Furniture removed - coal co.d. ^^^^hi^f'-l'SaOv'-o^i'-es-aiear. Oranbrook, 3. C. '^sj^mil^temi.^ " station; 300 acres .^^tt^vi^y-'itt^^Vj/^alauce can 4ie irrigat-.felitlwS^OTivepte^'ivLo Tirst class ajrriciiltural i�^}'*!^i^,Kfc.'v'' '""-i^'jJ"" ' v''^'r::,- ' . Vf -^Anideai locatloh'for a-Btb'ck;tftrm on the line of the new gov yn.cni:Vutop>oblle highway.^now: under, construction. For price prevents the' railways from restricting the application of stop-over privileges in respect ro international lumber shipments and of such shipments destined exclusively to points in the United States! The Canadian lines, coroplaip that Canadian lumber men abuse the stop-over'privilege of American yellow pine. /! "We' are losing three cents per hundred pounds of lumber shipped, beeauP'*--lumber men are taking advantage of tiie through rates instead of the local-rates in Canada," argued Mr. Kirkpatrick. The Board ordered that th� privil-j she never recotded tliisdecreei.a year after, as* the � law provides', so that she still', remains1 the - captain's wife. When Besiey" was confronted \vjtii evidence of his bad t'afth,-. he tried - ., to brazen it out, but r-.finally: aciiriittcd the truth of lite facts. lie will go back to.old 'Mexico, where he',has a valuable mine.-: .' ;'...',' lOlb.abeth \V7ood,; and , /her /sister, Florence/are -co-heirs- ^'ot) $40,00^.1000;;,; left by. -Iheiv ?,.grancifaSjieir;-,':- ^id^i^ruS berman Perry,. who- .(^j#e^;'^ttoiif eiL estate in/ tos Angeles, - audlsn/any; great "raiiches.' I'llizabetli is a beaut}!; of the Spanish type, and .has a line/ soprano'voice. FOR SALE era-ami Around the World $639. lO From starting point back to same point via - the new Canadian^ Pacific Royal Mail Steamer. Empress of Russia From Liverpool, Apr. 1 ;'' PORTS TO CALL . Gibraltar, Villefranche,, Port Said, Suez, Colombe, Penang, Singapore,* Hong Kong, Shanghai, tfagaski, Kobe, Yokohama and Vancouver. For an additional $51.70 which will Include hotel expenses, the following side trips may be made: Gibraltar tp Alegeciras., Spain; Villefranche to Nice  and Monaco, Port Said to Cairo and the pyramids, thence to Suez,, interesting trips from Colombe. in the'Island of Geylon. A second Around the World Excursion will be 'made to connect with the "Rmpress -pi Asia" sailing -from Liveipoo\, May ,27thi /. -* For lurther.dnformauon ,tickets..and Sleping car Reservations; apply -to any Canadian '/Pacific Ticket 'Agent.- : R. G. IvicNEILLIE, '-:'''.�'�'����'�. District Passenger Agent, . : ^' Calgary, Alberta; HAD HEMMORAGE OF BRAIN  Iiigersol, Feb. 7.-J3. L. Smith, proprietor of the Oxford Tribune, died suddenly, this., morning from bemmor-age ot the braiu. . TIQWAIDSON1INE iVii."/.-'.'Steamship . and:-,'; 'Railway Tickets i FROM ''ACL POINTS IN 1 "EUROPE Cau be purchased on .this side and forwarded:to your famiIy-,or' friends...>OuJBv;:way-of - -;bandJJt�K' this business -Is Impossible ?�X RATES THE" VERY 'LOWEST.?!*: RESERVATION'S MADE b'rnndwl on right Hugh. . --i-Wlf-A* Oil'- ha- vn-tif thipo v�^rs- old- whiri> snot rinmes-F'tiuiiy'.j'C'.ful colt, weight about twelve hundred pounds U-'JO) brandedQni,rig;lit I'lllKll. �;:�''� , .i,vC6elirjid adhering closely 'tjb ihe' fl^efof-��rguiiient adpptedjby the'lvib-erals at' Ottawa. They charged the prime -minis tor in changing his attitude in 1309, which was tbe'n for ai Canadian navy, to a direct contribution/now, as a capitulation to .the nationalist: sentiment, which controlled the election of 1911/ and still IX ONE MLNJUTE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN--COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH Stops Nasty ^Discharge. -Clears Stuffed Head, Heals Inflamed Ajr Passages arid You ^reathe Freely. .' 11 ' > ' H Try -I'Jly.s "ftiRifiiti; Buliu. '- '\.itW-aUe tohiRht--.jBti-ugBUng for ' breathi head stuffed:; nostrils closed, huwhtng and'Wowing-. Catarrh in; a cold., with it's running nose, foul mucous dropping into'the throat, and '�.>>- -ii..,...(';..^Ssi..;!ffut truly needless. / * s,, ,, ' Put yiiuj- I'j.lth-iiist unu>///|u "Kly's �'Cream Balm" and your cold or cat* .arrh will surely disappear. Asrejits. ,r. jj. Higinhothum & Co-limited. ' d holds the whip hand over the government. ; ',. Mr. Graham, intimated .that . he would light to Ute-bitter'eiidagain'sit, the changes of the National Transcontinental' grades; There were also references made-' to/ the revision of the Bank Act by Senator Derbyshire andi Mr. Graham?. The latter only -cxmi-* mitled himself to say that in committee he would insist that the banking laws be changed/.to make; it clear-that the Bank Act does not override: the Provincial. Act, which gives work--men preference tor his wage - over, "secret liens", a procedure- oowj Jo1--i lowed iu. banking.- . ,� � 0,b ,j| WAR' NEWS IS PART OF' tr4E;i:CAIvlPA.IGN ' 'London, Feb; '7!-The5' wal1" reports' thus" far  received5 here"'"are" vibwerl with* con'sftlerable skepticism, since it is well'' understood that they merely reflect'the \'ie'Ws which the respective arm^ 'headt]uarters/s desire to spread. Yesterday's report,from Con-, stantinople of Josses inflicted by the Turkish fleet on the Bulgarian army advanciilg'1'through* thfi' Penin'stila of Gallipoll was today ddeiarod-unfound-edw bv "the1 Bulgarian 'war' office at .'�w .-'5. '���>� �" I'f. '.y-c :���;�>:,-,'-. THE ajl�1Ai%:1?A^t^: OF. 'COMMEjfecfe^ !'; - . HAS INSTALLED J *, i ',; \ SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes e.a. FOR FirRT-irER INFORMATION ilPPI-Y TO ,-vvf. Lethbridge: Branch - �'-' C NdatsedJfe.. Paid-up Capital, ReEervo Fuad tf>D Q7ff AAA -and. Urtdiricfed. Profils (0�sr; VO�<*J�;��V,"v ii SaveSysteniafieaSIy ; -Haphazard, occasional '��saving '��seldom accotrt- I------ plisbes much. It's the steady, persistent, regular depositing of so many dollars a week, or month, or season, in the Union/-Bunk of Canada, which makes otie financially independent. The money accumulates all the more rapidly, too, because of the Interest which is added every six months. 8 Try it. ' ', � j LETHBRIDGE BRANCH . .... G. R. ..TUNNING. Manager I GRASSY LAKE BRANCH ... - A, B. KING, Act'g. Manager LONDON,'ENG.,.BRANCH, f'F.W.ASHE, , 5s Threadneedle, St.; E.C, f F.W.ASHE, ,, ... \-j.. �.�,'.< � �. '..Manager. .. \. G. M. C. HART SMITH, Assistant Manager. About Your Will! We are-.a 1 w-nysfflatl-rto xliseii'Ss.. CDiilitlen-lially any nialUirs i^ri .cuuncction with the (Irawiiio-oJ'youi" will. ' j, The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limied - � - .-^ Public Administrator/ and Official Assignee for the''judicial District t v � -of--" ' , , LETHBRIDGE, MApL^qp, , ^ALQARY,, WJTASK|Wl^^,J 320-Elg'hth^Ave'nue <'West;'Cal'garyf 74 5539 B.D ;