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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD Good Buys Lots 4 to 9, Block: 12, Alexander Addition. Lie high and east. Going at Good terms .12 lots, Niven Street, on the water and each. Long terms 4 corner lots, Block 7, Alexander Addition for the four. Good terms THESE ARE A SNAP Look them over L S. Ripley Co. Office 1 2 Macdonalcl Blk. Phone 1034 Three Millions to be spent in Bow Island in the next twelve months. Bow Island will be the largest nat- ural gas distributing centre in the world. GOOD Wellest pool hall and barber shop in Alberta. 4 pool tables. '2 barber chairs, cigar fixtures, fine wall cases, one thousand will handle. Will pay for itself in store doing cash busi- ness of sixty thousand annually. Best buy in section of land joining Bur- dett. 830 per acre. Subdivide 10 acres into town lots and it will sell for building, rented -820 per month. cash buys store btiikling. rented at 370 per month. cash will handle safe and sure and profitable investments, write Hoaglin Investment Co. Vis BOW ISLAND ALBERTA THE Golden West Realty Co. Life, Fire and Live Stock Insurance CRABB ST. PHONE 623 B.C. COULD PAY OFF ITS DEBT Statement of Finance Min- ister Timber Com- panies to be Taxed Victoria, Feb. Minis- tor Ellison today Delivered his first budget in the provincial legislature, indicating marked prosperity through out -all branches of industry in Brit- ish'Columbia. It was stated that tin? assets of the province are now to wipe out the entire debt, although this would be inadvisable as having a tendency to advance prices ot provincial securities and INDIGESTION GOES IN FIVE MINUTES Heartburn, Dyspepsia Gas and Other Stomach Misery Vanishes If what you ate is sourlnc on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch Gas and Eructace sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of Dizziness, Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, Bad taste lii motuth and stoinuch is Indigestion. A full case of .Pape's Diapepsln costs only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomach, and leave sufficient around fho houee in case some one eke in tho family nitty 'fcr from stomach trouble or Indiges- tion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these 50 cent cases, then you will under- stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go, and why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or Indigestion in five min.utes. Diapepsin is harmless and tastes like candy, i sinking fund are well invested at bet- jier-figures than immediate settle- ment oi debt recompense. The value of provincial industrial production for the past year was given at 742.000 while special progress in ag- riculture was noted, British Colum- bia last year producing fourteen mil- j lion collars' worth of food stufls dose contains power suf- most equal to the importaution to-Indent to digest, and prepare for as- i tal. The statement was made that similatlou. into the blood all the food i next year legislation would be enact-; you eat; besides, it makes you go to ed for a roval commission on taxa-jiba table with a healthy appetite; I lion, it being the government's what wil1 Please you most, is that i tendon to reorganize assessments'-''011 w111 feel that your stomach and with a general lowering of taxes are clean and fresh, and all branches. It was also mentioned i id Hver pills tor BiUiousaess or mat next session. steDs will be taken1 oi forest protection. to provide for payment .also by spe-j This clly wiij have many DiapepSm cial taxation 61 limbering companies.cranks..as some people will call them, of a reasonable portion ot the cost j but you win be cranky about this j splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever try a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach, uiis- FROZEN TO DEATH IN THE NORTH ery. Get some now, this minute, -and for- ever rid yourself of Stomach Trouble and Indigestion. IN TORONTO Kdmotttou, Feb. Froem-1 per was found froien to death sixty j miles north of Prairie Creek on Feb.; Dih by Constable Thorne of the R. N. w. M.. P. Froemper and his partner, Henry Dsniels, owing to bad were compelled to leave their line of j Will Expend Four Million fninc rm i ?imonette Hiver and werej reach Prairie Creek. After j traps oil trying to travelling some days "with little food! land two pair of blankets. Froemper! gave in and urged Daniels to cry to hurry on and send back help. Daniels j reached a trapper's camp three days I alter and sent word to the R. N. M. Dollars in the Ontario Capital Toronto, Feb. Paci- fic plans calling fqij the expenditure ot tour millions of'dollars in Tordn-' Tuesday. February TO UNSEAT THREE OF TOWN COUNCIL Understood That Action is to be Taken by a Cardston Man Roy L. Fbliom, of Cardston, through the city this morn- .Ing, rtturnlng from Macleod. It Is understood that when at Macleod the wrvlcet of E. P. McNtfll, bar- rister, were engaged to look into the matter of unseating three of the town councllmen of Cardston, the reason alleged being that the tald councilman could not take the required property qualification oath. WITNESS BATTLE FROM HOUSETOPS Spectators Expect to View Battle of Insurgents and Mexicans Douglass, Ariz., Feb. to advices -brought here the federal rorces are now in Chihuahua or are on tneir way thither, numbering UUU men. A battle occurred near Santa.. Issabel, Feb. S. in which Capt. -'Miguel Carrlgo. eouiDianding 200 dra- goons, was killed in an. attempt to re- take'the town 01" .Maica. Jose Revs, commanding the reheid, was also slain aha seventy wounued federals, a courier said, were brought into Chllu- hua from the battle at Hacienda de san Lorenzo. -Mexico City, Mexico, Feb. .Leaders of the insurgent band which are in possession of .Mexican are ex- pecting almost momentarily au attack by .Mexican soldiers. Spectators thronged the roofs of buildings and walled tower and other points of van- in .Mexicali until nightfall. Dur- ing the afternoon the insurgents clear- ed.'Mexicali of. all 'visitors. Many per- sons have guthered along tne inter- national line expecting to witness the battle. IftEnaus 2-5 Warm and Cosy THE 7-11 TELEPHONE A true-to-life Pictorial Reproduction of the Fire Brigade's Work in a Big Fire DON'T MISS THIS MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE Geo. H. Summers and big stock company TO-NIGHT "SEVEN DAYS" VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS Gallery 26c. _ to were laid before ?fhe board' of con- trol today and wilj'oe discussed Constable Borne left Prairie- Creek and found Proem per frozen to-death sixry miles north, of Prairie j morrow. A large .office "building Ureek. On his way back he brought j the Dominion Express Co. will in Henry Daniels on his saddle horse' to Prairie Creek hospital.. Daniels had his ears, fingers and toes frozen-and Is in a serious condition from long exposure. to- for be POLICE COURT erected on the government house site, King and Simcoe while a portion of "the grou'nds will he out as a park. A viaduct will built across the north end of citv and a large station put laid be the near A Ground Floor Opportunity We the Hating and now we -want the buysrs. will make first payment on three tots on Westminster Road, facini east. J250 will handle two lots facing Victoria Park. 4750 will handlft a first class new, well equipped 7 roomer] house on Torrance Ave. Two 40 i 140 lots and large stable. This ia cheap. 1870 -will yo.u controlling rights on a Crabb St. corner. We have a three stall portable motor garage tor sale right. will insure your life, your horse's life and your honsf, Come and talk it over. Wa -want your business and you can't afford to Set it wait any longer, A summons was issued by Magis- trate Ball yesterday morning against a woman named UruscilJa Macintosh en. the charge 01' being drunk and dis- orderly on Filth street Saturday nigh: ine summons ordered her to appear oeiore the court at tea o'clock this morning. Uruscllla, however, failed to appear and instead came "a phone message In which she asked to speak to the magistrate. The desk officer intonned her that she was sum-j moned to appear, and unless she wasj ill or otherwise unnule to come, she jhad better put in an appearance. Her i case was the last on the docket. The court waited patiently for her about j nrteen minutes, and as she still failed j to put in an appearance, the hearing j was adjourned until tomorrow. The constable who had served the warrant Yonge street, north'.-" At the corner oi King and Yonge streets, an office (building of 13 to'15 stories high and costing a million dollars will be erected. A new Union -Station on the'waterfront will-be erected' wheth er the viaduct proposition goes through ot not. Several new freight- yards will be established'in outlying portions of the city. P.E.1.LOSESA PROMINENT MAN Charlottetown, P. E. L, Feb. Laird, formerly representatives of second district Queens in the Jature, died at the age of 76 on his rsrm in New Glasgow, Queens county. He took ill a month ago and resigned fits seat. represented the instructed to hunt her up and in- S th tnct in the Liberal interests since torm her that if she fails to appear; _ rJUfc, and was a. brother ot Hon. David j tomorrow a warrant will be issued for Per arrest. Peter Vestermo pleaded guilty to nelng drunk and disorderly and paid ?x and costs. A. K. Hnimsdon pleaded guilty t.c TO SUCCEED ARCH- jUawhier be eitner Ficv. Father BISHOP GAUTHIER'spratr, UelJerille. or Kev. Father Ho- gan, F'crth. The latter is more likely. Kingston. Feb. inner Reman j as he was very prominently Catholic circle? here. it. Is now sauced in the Bishopric tnat the successor of Archbishop j of Alexandria several years aeo. Vigorous HesEfli p07.-cr to er.joy to the fuJj life's work and orJy -vith good digestion. the for liquor. The chief told the magistrate that Brumsdbn. who horns n responsmie position in the city. Has been on a long spell oi His friends, including j laters, had done all that was possible 'to straighten him up hut without avail and as a final effort had requested the (police to fake a hand. Rnimsdon then 'asked the magistrate to Interdict him The court agreed to do so, ordering nlm to be held at !tte police station until the necessary yapers had been made out. Percy Kelly, charged with acfing aa a book ager.t without Iiavlng procured a license, pleaded not guilty and the chief asked for a remand until tomor- row. J. X. Ritchie, barrister, defended jand objected to the case being put over. The comt, however, granted the remand. Laird of Ottawa, formerly governor of the Northwest and subsequently In- commissioner, and of Rev. Roht. Kingston, Ont. He came of a ramlly of very men in po- litical and rellgiftus life of the coun- try. ;up weak juices which sri yairr being properly conyertsd Into trawr. arid sinew, red blood and active brain. Sfe. a Wic at your drnggisVs or frcrr. 32 JAS. CONMEE HAS TYPHOID Port Arthur, Feb. Con- ir.ee, M. F. for Thunder Bay, is .imong the tjphoid fever patients at. Ottawa Jits wife and his daughter have pone rrom Port Arthur to bis bedside. The Chadrw's Hair A Uttto Now May AlUr of Children so that tr.o hend peri-plrea and the hair has a. tendency to mat ind set sticky on the scalp. Soap and water doesn't seem ,bi'r the hatr must breathe to be healthy. Just try Kyal's Hlrsu- tone. Rub it Into the roots of the hair oj the The ren like It Rt1r1 will ask-, you to it. HJrsutoni> looacnn up the ac- DOORS OPEN 7.30 FIRST PERFORMANCE 8 P.M. TO-NIGHT Miss Florence Wright WOOING O'T (Vitagraph.) SONG A. CAMPBELL Gymnast? Par Excellence RE- WARDED (Pathe) RIDING SCHOOL IN BELGIUM A most instructive picture GREENE Singing and Dancmg Com- edians MARCH Florence Wright CARS NEARLY IN THE RIVER Bad Train Wreck on the Great Northern in Wisconsin Wenatchee, .Wn., Feb. persons were Injured, three of them seriously, Great Northern train 4 eastbound went into the ditch iast night 15 miles west of Wenaichee Hie most seriously injured are Charles J. Tegeler, head brakeman. skull frac- tured: D. K. Webster, -.Mail Clerk Cor- win Wilson, mail clerk. The entire train, was almost hurled into tne water of_ Columbia River. Some, of the cars it-ere thrown oil the bankment, a distance of 100 feet andj- witnin 50 feet of the edge of the water. The passengers were 'brought'to Wen- atchee last night. AMATEUR NIGHT FRIDAY FEB. entries received at, the-box office until Thursday nighr. A prize will be given to the best amateur. FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE- COLLEGE AT MELVILLE, SASK. Winnipeg, Feb. general -board of the Lutheran Church for Western Canada unanimously decided today mat the Lutheran College shall be situated at Melville, Sask. This is for the three prairie provinces. ShHohb Cure Ih Jtops coughs, cures ooUs. teats 20 BACK TO TORONTO TO FACE CHARGE Toronto, Feb. .1. Warren, manager of the Trust and Co., has returned from British Co- lumbia. On Friday morning, he has to answer to n charge of in connection with the Farmers JtoL-k o[ Canada. It is the sarre charge which is against the four provisional directors, C. H. Smith and lion. -I. R. Stratton. Mr. Warren had n-itii- ir.g to say on thn subject. One liis- children died suddenly yesterday af- ternoon. NOT TO GUARANTEE WHEAT STANDARDS Ottawa. Feb. is understood in well inrorraed circles that the Do- minion government will trefuse -its guarantee to standards or weights o; Western Canadian wheat which unda; the reciprocity agrc-cmenf. may find Us way to the Atlantic seaboard! Uirough Minneapolis or Chicago. Ihist win meet the fears of English corn! dealers in regard to mixing of stand-1 ards in transmission through the Unis; cd States and at the same time will! meet the strongest objection of Win-i nlpeg grain exporters. i cumulated dust and tne he.lr and scalp and tnnroutrhly perspiration b6 After !t an.3 Iy is dr.ed plvr. another application of Hlr- stilone. After you have used H for a Trhjle you will aiSmit It beat you have over Your Nya! Druf? Store will cheerfully Hlrtu- lone to do that 13 clairr.ca ior It, SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRjDGE DRUGGISTS Ctae for each NOTED MAN IS DEAD AT TORONTO Toronto, Feb. H. David Boyle, the well known provincial archcolo- gist, passed away at four o'clock this morning after a long illness. The late Jlr. Boyle was oae the best known ethnologists on {he continent, and by reason of several valuable coteries made, his name is known throughout, the scientific PERMITS TO iUILD St. Andrew's Preaby.terJan Church Thirteenth street LECTURE COURSE IN ADVERTISING A tenet of twelve talkt on general and retail advertising, with practical work on actual advertising, covering all departments of retail also for restaurantt, laundries, real estate offices, oanKi, 7 Ths lecture tonight will cover fundamental principles of advcr- tiiing, purpoM, of advertUing, analysis of selling and demon- stration by. actual advertiiemenU. ocmon courae would cost you at least anywhere else You may know the theory of advertising, but this study will freshen up your ability. r Good advertising gats new business. Remember the place and Y. M. C. SOME OF THE SUBJECTS TAKEN UP' RETAIL ADVERTISING Selling points, typographical arrangement, analysis of selHno points, copy, lay-outs and illustrations. AD. WRITER and the PRINTER Varieties and sirts of type, electrotypes, pen work, paper proof reading and printing terms, P P SUPPLEMENTARY ADVERTISING posters- rcadsr CLASSES HELD EVERY TUESDAY AT 8.30 P. M. BEGJNN1NG TONIGHT term of 12 weeks, Cp QO M. BUNT ;