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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY REKATJV Jimuary ij 1911. in inn paper of announcements Chief Hart In Roand_St._BIaze (Contiuued irom front Speaking co the Herald, Miss Cooks- ley said tuai the fire leaves her des- titute. She hss neither stock ncr elotlies, the latter being in ber-rooux at the rear o! the store. Old north hali' of Iho. Mr.' Cros- by having The slock is certainly r mess .tote hats, toys, and all' 'a .millinery uucMaacy; goods store being 1i soared und of worth, ubtti- AFTER ALL ELSE HAD FAILED AND: "FRUIT-A-T1VES" Plantageriet, Orit., Jan. 31st, About March 1st, -1009, I was taken deathly sick with Stomach Trouble, Backache and General I Gty Willing to Pay Its Share (Continued from-front fulness would be most acceptable. The application was laid on the table un- til such time as the council is con- sidering, the estimates for the Level Streets in Spring Utty Engineer Arnold-wrote, answer- Ing a letter received at tue last meet- ing from -Mr, Grelg, In which the lat- ter asked why the roadways were be ing made narrower and the boulevards so much wider on streets cast of mirteenth street. The engineer re-j International Bible. Students' Association FREE LECTURE TOPIC: WHAT IS WHY Will Death Ever Cease? cts said they could do nothing VjThie Cause a Mystery 1 failed from 125 pounds dov.-n to SO pounds, The'causs ofHh'e fire is a mystery.' was confined to bed for night weeks, and Janitor "'Bates told the Herald'Hiut he eat or keep anything on put on a small, fire, as tne night was not told, about seven o'clock, and left _ tt iwi. iv_, wv...... everything all Miss- CooSsley told me to try they could-see notbing wrong fifteen min- would not cure me, nothing would, ates before the five broke out. Chief L started taking at kvilketinv savs he InEuected tflc tur- ifn'A .My stonitich strong could eac and retain ray food. J- lusfc QnQ doclor about six weeks ago, -and 44BELOW THAT IS ALL Brandon Accustomed to Mind The Least in Winnipeg, 3an. is no in- MANY UNCLA'MED LETTERS AT P. 0. Twenty of Them Are Reg- istered-Postoffices With- in Forty Miles tity kept by Miss Cooksley for cleau-j purposes. i Little. Girl's Heroism LAURENT CADIEUX. MMI Even the doctors realise tbiit these wonderful tablets made of fruit juices ihe fire did not reach the second v.-m cure Stomach Troubles, Indigestion, building, although the Dvspepsia. In a citv the size of and with the storey of the imuates took the precaution to get out as quickly as possible. In the front rooms upstairs used by me Leadbetter family, were four small cmidren sleeping, in-charge oi Lottie jferctnger, aged l-i.-who'is employed as a nurse girl- She observed smoke pouring into the rooms, and came toe conclusion that there was a She lost no time in scutching up thej 'yspepsia. 50c a box, 6 for 52.50; trial size, 25c. cit me rerred flim to the classification ofiver streets adopted or more ago by the council, and spoke of Uio rea, to inform tne Board.or Trade sons why me roadways in the newer out IQ I urora narrnwon f residential districts were narrowed and the boulevards widened. Regard-; ed the idea find at the right time, if ne- j cessarjV it will be only too pleased to Ing the condition of London rod tne noces bv, other streets, which are In places al-! -fl most since sewer mains Whooping Cough CROUP ASTHMA BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS authority to expend monev outside L were laid down, he said that alter trenches had sank somewhat in tiio spring, the roads in question would be properly trimmed down. Sanitary inspector Reports Sanitary Inspector' Vallance's report tor the month of December was re- ceived and adopted, a slaughter house limits of the city irorn the legislature.] Meanwhile, it urged, the Board -jf Trade to continue Its agitation for the bridge. :..--_ Miscellaneous The letter from A; W. ?j He to'the Calgary 1 Uas (Jo., saying at Staffordville, that in accordance-with the ternuvo- wnlch is in a very unsatisfactory con- tne" agreement .v.'tn the city of Leth-' limits. The market to which it iceuced at. for boring for or y chJldreii from the beds, and arousing (the other occupants of the adjoining Foreman of Jar (Continued from front; belongs is also outside the city limits, gas to supply city ot mt-.e, although considerable meat Is sold In- was receireJ and tiled side the city. Engineering Accounts City Engineer. Arnold reao-tetl id -progress beiag niada n .-e North! Letnb'i-fQge sewsr ouuet. The- report A ilmptc. safo und treateeot for brcn- chiil uouhles, a voiding Orcen. Vaporized lyn-i wu piroxytma of Whooping Cough or, J relieved crouy tit oaco. It U it boon to taren f roai _Aathma. tie renilerfd strongly iojpircd nith every fcrcath, IUKCI lireLllvinif Bfxithes the ears tJiroatuid ruuurinu Jt obSe to inotiicrj wim yoaus children, SecJ U3 pcctii for booklet. M ALL DRUGGISTS Try Antl- iota for the' irritated- tlsnoi't. Tncy are Biinpla, and Of our lirujrirUt or Irani C3, lOc. la Vap'jCresoleneCo. Leeiavnt-MUes MONTREAL An. amended account for services sevrjr outlet... The-'report rendered In, supplying a system of was received and filed. .-Responding cost sheets at the ppwer house to a aommunicatlou from.the city, Con- was "received from Messrs. Smith, Ker- strut-lion Foreman'F. W.'Hogg, of the ry Chace, consulting engineers. Atjerta. Telephone Department, wrote 'i'be amount, 5200, was a 'very. s.ub: all guy. wires used by the tlicaucn of the close ot the coldest floating pcpulatiou of the -city-. spell tor the time of the year in re-; Lethbridge -there are necessarily _ cent memory ior the mercury was large number Of letters left unclaimed rooms, she made a dash mr the stairs town of Blairmore, it niight be best stantial reduction over the first bill department ia Lethbriuge are already nuttenn0' at degrees below' zero' at tue office. .Few would -be- and carried the three younger _ ones to 'excuse him t0 avoid a second post- j received, and was ordered paid. A bill protected. lieve' number of j unaided downstairs, while the eldest poncmcnt of the proceedings, as was ;Ior some rour hundred odd dollars c. Mackenzie, barrister, address wnen -oeoule Vork this morn ing, bat tlie probabilities is go- ing to be milder, and reports from medicine Hat are "optimistic. i unclaimed .it was .4 the number letters here runs to nine thousand annum-, but- Such is a fact. The month of December just closed ._ __.. four hundred odd dollars ___________________________ be-i'giri; iJay, aged six, ran into the snow, done in the case oi ..Cameron and Bur- j was receivetj from the Sturtevant-ed the council in regard to tne remov- ?er clad oalv in her night dress, shouting, nntt. This was agreed to by "all eoun- Company for changing the founda--al of (Jbluese laundries from certain But they soon met sel> and altcr William G. Askey, CHINESE MARY ISAIYSTERY "Daddy, Daddy1." ot Hitchcock'were OQ ft'nica sets lne economizer at leaning streets in the -city, a Windsor, Ont., Jan. the firm .conviction that she is at the head of a ga-ng oi opium smugglers operating along the American and bylaw i Canadian bonier at this point, a mys I'rorinus1 wnmn'n is lininp- trnilprl hv itt- Uit to bo h e'xcS Ipoa ii. PO-er Tbe bin aocom- remova! Having comehcrious is bjr ta a-member of. tne Salva- a nanied bv a letter from the city sollc-'mtn effect, the first of HIP vear. HP t tcrnational revenue officers. The wn doc Army, .who took.them to the Leth {cd.withia month. There i were I3fi -Considering the intense cold, the j unclaimed post cards, 551 unclaimed raitwavs are operating passenger! letters, :20 unclaimed-registered let-joridge Hotel., where they passed the trains "witH commendableipunctuality, j ters unclaimed lowers jnlghr, none the worse for their ex A number of freight trains are stall-i .perlence. The .other people livm. a iury of ten as follows were sworn' by a letter from the city effect: the first of the year. He j .tcrnational revenue officers. The wn- itor advising the city to pay the ac-! read letters from the secretaries-treas- irnan ior weeks- crossing the The New" Jury J. W. Grcsham, George Thompson, count, as it might cost the city more.urers of Calgary, K- -J. Lightheart, J. tiie amo-iat if the company tried [and Edmonton, none of whic i mnuih Thomas 1-Tna.rp. n TK -_j river almost dailv and the unusual ed, however. Jan. thermometer; letters were .letters to arrive during December, vrhtch is na- at the' Farm, at an ear-! tutally "a 'mail month. The Jy hour this morning, registered 44 de- f majority arrived here in November gVees belovr, which is the coldest day'' and lay here over the proscribed this year. Fortunately there was no i length of time, they are. allowed to and the bitter cold was not-so [.remain unclaimed. They are all sent io the 'dead- letter office 1 where thev are. opened u necessary, as it might have been. 'ins people generally appeared to ly realize that the cold was increas- they are rcturaed. ing the weather. As the cold snap has i As the growth of the ame as-certailied to dis- tal lias- been "answering about; trict the following lorty telephone calls aii hour regard- list of post-offices, radius oi ing'tne weatii. As the cold snap has forty miies'irom is no-s- lasted three days, the people were the: official list furnished by %-ihe post retty well prepared for last night's! office department in fixing '-thf 'price of J distribution ot 'published mterest- pretty well prepared oip" and no Uhe thermometer at the. Expenmeu.- tal farm has .as since the opening of the year: ary 1, 35 below; January 2, 3T 3, 44 .below, were Miss Driscoll and Mr. and Moose'Jaw j riL-jiiiuss oi net uv-tire; was wuu.ii nisi, i- ever had) n tTnn i-inn rif vha .mouth -Thomas Hoare, Dawcl C0ilect IL lt was p0iated out lnat and sucn regulations as those; mJhf offices -Spebia" Vgcnt Burton upstairs clair, ohri A McD of the fquutintion in -quesd-n Lad in" the bylaw he objected to.; of United "States" "as Jid Mrs. j Deen built resticg upon ifce f founda-jHe was asked to submit his tracked the-' frotn Detroit; ored was Campbell regarding by but otherwise tliere oath, and the; full scope oi the inves- j the former, remained stationery. This changed in any way. ib damage.'-r 'j'tigatipn.- _ the council believed was due to an er-j The matter ..of "ta'ivii j half a occasions she has-. been. r searched bv the custom officers, but necessary }np ppfum was over [p.and on her. Tha Chief KIlyKennr says that this is' Corouer read his tte- ror oa the part the ccnsnlting steps towards devising a commission authorities also believe the1 woman is the brigade has handl- thf: attorney-senerai and it.decidetl. t6 ask'iaem- torm of government plan for the city; mixed up witli the "band of Chinese to Letnbridge, and caused sPrit- the account, the .city to. pay of-Lethbridge; whicfcwas, also referred -operating tee ed.L he is 'proud of .th'e way the "men handl- unoa; .adiournment oC last moath, :and ed their tas A'ttomevTGencral' Mitchell's author- naic and-the engineers.a balf. Laid Over Again" to the new council by the old, was and. she has come to be laid'on the table again until the -next "Chinese :nown as The report of Engineer Arnold, commending construction of the T. in. .There ot them .in ail i" Ardeaville, Bow Black Spring Ridge, .Barr Hill, Barnwell, .Carmangay, I Ciaresholmf Carnforth, I Chin, Diamond City. Ewelme, Elcan. Granum, Har- dieville, Iron. Keho, Kipp, Coulee, .Lost 'Monarch, Magfath, Noble, New The water got. through. Into, the iz'ation' proceedings, or- Bentley CoSs bailding which i.s'tS "the: dcring'tbat the" -case be' "continued south of the Begin aid sev- without disinterring the bodies ot the.Aird- .Murray, sewage disposal .plant, eral hundred dollar's --worth' of jhose death !8nd the engagement of Mr, Murray as tn thP roods there engineer at oE-J.50 Ideata'Hffcy to _ Yoiirigr and Old -_- r Are Attacked Breryone is liable to be attacked "with and. old are seized. Pains in the back and aching pearcc Rocky Coulee, limbs are sure -signs of kidney trouble. RoUQd Up "Raiey, Raymond, Rose- Girls that ought to be-bright ana us- mead nidge. Stand are aanguid and nervous, QR ,stegord. vilfage, Spring "Coulee, Orton, says: -T am pleas- ed to state for the benefit of any person Buf- fering with painful back, will find Booth's Kidney ;Pills a most excellent remedy." fered for months with, a very weak and severe pains and aches in the kidneys, and felt rery much .de- pressed. There iras also z swelling -under my eyes. "VThen I learned of Booth's Kidney Pills, I procured a -box, and found the best remedy I bare ever used, as they qtdck in giving. nie relief. The pains .'have 'left my back and have :restored tray health, and I am now strong and of 70 Stadaco- Claresholm, Magrath, Raymond, Stir- "na" fling, STacleod and Granum were in ex- Taw Saskatch- istence five years ago, the remaining forty-oight all been establish- within that period. ENGINEER WANTS SALARY RAISED The only increase in salary astee for. 07 citj- officials vhb submittec their annual ..reports .to the ,council nirfit was that "of 'Engineer C.- M. FILL VACANCIES IN r -MACLEOD COUNCIL HOLD UP AT Vancouver, iJ. mask tJ. McKay.and hv (per day and expenses for every vistt ed ..thugs who have lately been oger- to the j.i first -wit- ne made' Qere'- vhlch report was're- atlng: in' Vancouver, puiled'off- another w.vrn council at.a-special election held I .triaiy -JameS >Ui Toe- T-OOT--C -re.' rnhhor-L- iit'cf- httfnrc. TTUfln-T-rhJ ot: tOdttV to fill' VBCaUCieS. the purnose ;ierred by last years council-to this, robbery just.before of identifyi'ne: the dead men, as be as; was laid-back on the table The'Star union, til such time as something definite is'field ..up, but. diiriEg the f operation passers by alarmed the.robbers who Hed without getting money. Twenty .T; ies the after been j City. Willing to Pay Share policemen were rushed out. on a spec-. taken from-r.the .Mr: -Burk had Tfie suggestjon-made by-the Board: ial car, arrises were made, known all F. A.' had-been acnuaintpd all, heard from the provincial board -1 "Of AI RfkllR INOT.' and had secn'and? neaith. iVIli Viffn te was Aldctson. tfe rescuer a_s he had seen him both before and af- ter his death on the morning of the 10th of December He was also able to swear as 'to where, they had been buried. j agreement and through the The press came.-in. for a-'littlc at--: instructions oi Attorney-General.Mit- ten t ion at; the firsj meeting the ity on: Parliamentary Procedure Trfl new trairic bridge across the Belly ,ri- 1911 council, last. evening. A Very Awkward Condition rown Baker and-five people in the store., at the Unie: were held up on Saturday night and taken. SIGNS OF TROUBLE APPARENT -IN PORTUGAL despatch from Vlgo says, the garrison at Valeaca dia iuenzo, Portugal, has been confined to order from :Lisbon, and ordered ready at a'moment's notice.' Araold, who aslced for- -an increase from to per annum. Th'e reqiieet KHS laid -on the: table IOT .-fu- ture coostderation. The Booth Guarantee We do not guarantee' to "cure in all caaee, b.ut if yoti benefit our 7 agents are authorized to refund you j sold by all druggists; 50c-box, or post-" paid from The R- T. Booth. Cov 'Lim- ited, Fbn, Eric, Ont. Sold and guaran- teed by Jackson Cope. BURNED .TO-DEATH- IJrtEtQt, Jan. body, ot. Giiver was a-crisp tn the ruJns of his home -here, after the ilremen -had extinguished the lire which gutted'his'place." His daughter escaped. ___ First- of addressing a few was smoothed out very successfully, words of ivelcome to the ne-.v alder- and the coroner was in a position to Acting-Mayor Robert Sage- took ;with the case noth- occasion to direct V Tow "remarks to jng had occurred to hinder the pro- thc press. The substance pi his re- cecdings. marks was to the effect the- By consultation and at the request press has no-right to report anything m- the jury, it was arranged that the that is said by any alderman when sessions begin at nine-thirty each the.council is in co'mmittee of the mormng and continue .to six each er- whole. No parliamentary record is ening, with an hour's intermission at kept of committee meetings wiiat noon. ever is-said in haste, or in'folly under The. counsel again manifested the. such circumstances should be obliter- utmost and the manner in ated. The motions-cflntainwi. in the Trhich they took .care that no second report of the committee of the whole, stoppage in the procedure should bfc said, are alone the property indicates the seriousness with public and of the'press. The the investi- or.-two.ot conversation that takes was anxious to place in ot :the whole has havc.-.a' copy "of- the evidence taken n'6 place whatever', in "the newspapers, each .day.-la-id ib'cfp'rc them on the suc- He .was sp-ealiihg, .'he said in conclu-, as this could sion, on-behalf i not. Attorney Campbejl The othtsr matter in'which the press promised'to'secure a copy of evidence was involrcd was -tne rrotion -moved bearing', upon- important point, by. Aid. .Oliver and carried by the This'being-agreeable the session was council to the'efiect thai" all city em- adjourned to-nine-thirty in the morn- "ployces-'acd'heads of departments be jng. notified-iha't all matters-pertaining to city'business are to be treated.a.s con-; jouici we aiiord to buy and give ot; tnou- sands of 50-cent bdMes of Psychine (pronounced Si- keen) if we did not know from third of a. century's experierice that it was the greatest vitality-builder of the age? You know what it would mean to us These eat any gerrn riire Psychine a preparatioa without of disease that ?aiBS an entrance to the definite, beneScia.! action. they're in After tbe first bottle which we would numbers aid sufficiently strong. ,uy, no more would be they're not sufficiently atrong. them and All Users of JEDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, and Mire. Made by THe 11. filft Ci, tlffiiW, Holl, Wa your neareat grocer for them eveivuig' Ald.rHc'X-J ports from htads of departments 'bo'I copied by the and copies be forwarded .toTeach alderman I _ __ __ _ CITY GOAL MINE A MONEY MAKER ?ased upon of a century's experience with Psychiae-, Ten- years after Confederation we Gtnp-ienced compounding Psychiae. For centuries almost, herbs, nature's wo doa't ask you to take OUT the trenseiidorjsjy beneficial large enough effect of Psyohise. Fill out the ccm- po3 below, man it to us and Vc.'ll give your an order (for which we pay him the regular retail price) for a 50-cenc of Psychine to be given you free cost. "We will undoubtedly buy and distri- bute in ibis manner hundreds of "thou- HiO own remedies; have been the moat ef- sands or these accent of Psy- chiae. copics __ a-t least three days clear in advance of the meeting: at which the reports .Hugh o? the arc to be considered. The motion car city coal mine. last r.ight submitted tied and all 'heads of departments 'his a'rijisial report'of the mine's oPera- will be notified to nave their reports tioiis, Lmrinc; the portion .tho yrar made out in time ior the copies to inatr the trine has been running, the be made- said, Ihe total amount of coal The object in view, said Aid. taken out amounted to Ions IB Gootfe, was to give Aldermen time cwt- On a basis of St.SO per ton for to over matters that they are coal delivered to the power plant and to be called on to consider. S3.50 per ton for coal delivered __________________. ;to the different city buildings, mine showed a credit balance oi BRITISH STEAMER GONE jovcr ami afcove all operating expenses. London, .Ian. reported! During'th? coming year. report plckcu up in ine Bay or Biscay, leaves j wound up, the track would have to no doubt regarding the fate of thej'w continued to the old 9 entry British Axlm, which ieft Lon-l ot- the A. R. tew new flon oa December for African [mjnRcars purchased report was adoptca ann Scott "was aulhocized to continue the U'ack' and to'ptitchasc" the cars re- S.nce that time, we have sold njaay Scient foe to disease. liUiOns of bottles. -nare not jmowa very definitely And we do show our eaUre "We have .cured maaj hundreds of just hov. confi'dence in this-tyoaderfnl DrfttMtra- housands of virulent and oftentimes ata] cases of diseases. -But noyr science tells us thav certain We have in our files many hundreds of these herbs increase the nainber of A -confidence taat has been Abased thousands of unsolicited testi- the while eorpascleai and their -ojijciti? SO years' experience witliahis loaials. certain berts are preparation, with a full; XJIOT- we have grown from a small JQ p3ychine pi the nundreds of thousands oC iglnning to be one of the largest pro- has made. riecary manufacturers in this coun- We go to the ends of the earth for y these Arabia, to South Amer- Hare then is proof taat we have in ica, to China and tc Japan. rychine a preparation witb abundant They are compounded in tbe most 15 demonstrated effectiveness, more so costly chemical appliances in tbiscoun- an any other preparation we, or any- L. COUPON No. 60 -To: the Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Lid, 193-J95 Spaaina Ave., Tcronro. is of our inurt- And' the result able confidence hi Psychine. that it third o a in fact the greatest of .vitality-builder the world has known. ports, Tvilh a crevr of British and Ger- numbering thirty, 3 bind in tbe world. Here then is why we have inangu- ited a policy of actually buying hun- ireds of thousands ot bottles of Fsy- ulue io give to those Vco should use. To those who are blindly groping ,n tbe darfc for relief from their misery, who may wrong methods to recover their health and their strength. LAGRTPPE. Tne greatest and .most. effective aients for the bodily health are the pharocytes._________ one preparation that has cured thousands of the following dis- I ncccpt yorrr offer to try a We. botUe o? Si-keen) yfl'.ir expense. T l.avc tiot Imd a -.Vkv. of nnrtcr Kindly nrtri-e ray druggist to deliver My Name Grippe Bronchitis Anaemia Female 'Wcaknow Poar Appetite and and Weak Limps Wcat Voice Early Dcciir.c Catarrha? AfTcctions Ca'Arrh of Stomach Kight Sweats Qbf t-inate Conghs Street and Nnmbcr.. Number I-n.We. bottle j Aftcr-elftcU Dyspepsia And Thiscoopon of Psychfnc if to the -ii Jinr-tbtr sent vrc iDcn ony horth; of front your Direct tt> rtfllivw it to "any" timif without notice. Send coupon to-day. i ;