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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. January NO BACKACHE OR KIDNEY MISERY A few doses regulate your kidneys and end urinary 'r "i The fjid-danger kidney trouble is because fimtr .are always seen in other' jikrte of the body anything "wrong'is noticed with the -kidneys themselves. TJie nioment you any kid- qr urinary .disorder, or feel.a.dull, constant Backache or the ririiio is thicic, cloudy or offensive or full-..of; sediment, irregular of. passage or; amended by a'scnlding" sensation taking Pape's -'Diuretic as di- tfie; knowledge .that there is no. 'any price, else' in -the world, will effect so thorough.uiuTuronipt'a cure. .-Put an end''to'kidney trouble while ii is only, it develops THE LETOBRIDOE DAILY HKRALD 'Dronsy, Gravel, ISrigbVe Disease. Diabetes or _ PapeV Diuretic acts .upon tho.kidneys, bladder and urinary" sys- tem; cleanses, heals and regulates these" and and completes the euro within a ffiw days. Pains in aides -or .-Join's; rheuibiiUc twinges, debilitating ache, nervousness, dizziness bilious prostatjc trouble; sleepleas- puffy eyelids nesH, -w.orri-our feeling and '-many or her." by clogged, inactive prouiptly -vanish! Frequent. -UHinfiii; urination dii6: to ;.weak or bladder is overcome. Your phy'siclnh, banker or will" vovicli tor the responsibility of Pape, Thomp- son Cincinnati, who pre- cent Hreat- byrevery druggift: in world. EDITKD UNO" B3O .PERSONAL' Mrt. Homer Gay will not receive-''to- morrow'. Mre.'K. L. McCulougb will 'receive tomorrow. Q, H. Dcvlne invited a very few girl friends in at tea hour, yesterday. Mrs. A. Southard and daughter, Kathleen, are home from 'Edmonton, where they spent'Christmas week, the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Elton-are.'enttr- tainlng Mr. Sanford Dodge and Miss Adele NIckerson at dinner--this even- ing. -Mr. aiid .Mrs. Harry Goodwin were hi the city today on their-.way- to ;tbeir ranch south of win was married to Miss NeiUe'Hrovm in Groat Falls. Montana; last ".Satur- day. Rev.. J. of that city, performed tho ceremony.'-. BLEW HER ;FROM STEPS: DIED AS -A RESULT (Juelpn. Out., Jan. .Thomas Benson, of .Bvertbn. after a JiciSbbor, was-leaving the ho a strong wind'blew her from the steps She fell so'heav'iiy. on her head that her .skull 'was iu a. few hours. A' SEVEN. YEAR OLD BOY WAS DRUNK rTorqut.o, .Jan. intoxicated -to his year: old "Ijby, Apparently-br English, parentage, was 6u-Queen-street, iakeii ;'t'o the police ..He'-had .a- partly filled flask whiskey-in- his possession. L.- G. DsVeber .will leave 1'or Airs.'. DeVeber and will join him in From there Senator' and 'Mrs. DeVeber will go to Ottawa, while Leverett .will, return to Trinity College school Hope. .'.-'Invitations received by a number.of people '-interested -in ama- teur theatricals to take "part in the nautical comic opera, "Biltee''Taylor." which will lie' produced under the di- rection 'oi Mr. George liurper, the second'week estic -Theatre. Mr.. of -having of seventy-five voices, an'ii'-'ihe 'Conservatory orches- J.ra will-also sal will be hel d in i he .Conservatory Auditorium tomorrow" 'evening at' 7.45 o'cJbck.'---Music, necessary costumes will_ be prvided by the Con- servatory gratis. .Nearly one nundre'd-guests and mem bers of the Entre "Xoiis club enjoyed the first dancjing- party..of. the new year last evening.- patron- esses, Mesdames Armstrong, rten and made ideal" host- an additional gala appearance to the rooni, and crossed palms studded with carnations were used effect- ively under the ledges. A. huge Christ- -branch glistening .with Vuletlde decorations, sent forth Its rad lance ..-from the platform, "Ned- hamrs orchestra behind a Bcreea of tall palms and ferns discoursed a spirited Hundreds oi' electric Clobes; formed into long: ropes, were strung, down-the centre of the room, where Christmas bells of all sizei were hung.. three .score guests accepted ilr.: and Mrs. Johnstone's hospitality. The hosiesa received her guests wear .ing a uiost ch'arming Empire gown of chine, the gracefully t'lEsue giving a picturesque touch to the gown, which .was brightened with gold ornaments. Rigby was gowned in a hand- some black setiuiii robe, built over bebii.-blue the guest of hoii- or ".was" sweetly pretty in .a. Princess dress of GobeJin blue panne velvet, with trimmings of Irish point lace. "At midnight a most acceptable menu "was eeryed.- Among the out OL town guests were.noticed Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, of Winnipeg; Miss Farley, of fit Thorn as, and of Macleod. CLUBS. AND SOCIETIES The Choral Society arc planning to hold concert in the'near future, "and every member is especial ty urged to attend each practice this society meets after a two weeks'" vacation" tomorrow Augustih'E Parish hallj at eight-.'o1 Aid society of Kno meets In- the schopl room to morrow-' afternoon at three o'clck. Of ftcers for 1911 will be elected and ev cry.-member is urged to attend., .and .eveiTone" spent- ev- euing.' A visitors from out The Beautiful Little Shetland Pony Soon to be Given Away as One of the Children's Pmes in the Herald Contest THREW BABY OUT r TO SAVE ni ViJlillHiU ut on'a roof d .for help.; it out eti resides: next: door, heard.; climbed, up a-small, pillar' ehed ground and gave the SHOT CRAZY .MAN: HE Quebec, reached here today occurrence' in St. Michael Belle Chasse, and one which- cast the usually peaceful vil- lage into; a: state of excitement.. on Monday ev- the'1- little1 daughter of .-.Wilfrid Corriyeah ran toiler father's home; crying-and.stating that she ha'd been, pursued -by ,aT masked- man. The. fath- er immediately seized a started off after the: fired three'.'.Knots; one FEAR MAY HORSES E'. GONE en- tertaihed here, 6 r the' safe ty 6'f r- the the Peun'svivaniii the .-demand's' Jts'; TmmigtatioiK partme'nt, -the hi ch sailed 'from Pensacola 6u horses, t-heirj joickeys, .fj-ainers-'and- owners. The trip to 20 hours, and at, midnightv-tonight no tidings in. his' The injured man'prov- ed to be.a .neighbor, named. Morrinori, -This evening at 8 o'clock the has been subject to fits of men- r'en St. A'ugustin's Sunday'school !-tal aberration. A doctor'was at once will .present the Waif's Christmas." Everybody is invited to jd-a A special that :man, at whom he i'e of them lodging is attend -the see the last foor twelve" monihs. I Ook.- CHILDREN: OFF. 'STAGE orHutford.-.Jan; police -yes- terday- stopppd.-.the-.-'employment of a' aged -from four 'to j-ears, 'who..-were playiitK at the Urand OperavHouse in "The Lillipu- manager the cnildrenV-and- secured permits for others, -sixteen, to play. claimed were all-'homeless: chUdren he picked up CUpiD'S COURT of town were 'among- the aud T T received a largo sliare-1'.. of.: and was p.The marriage of Mr. Robert'Earle most generous vnth theliirett, of Alta.; and Migs Ellen course" of the evening- light: -May- T1 -RIGHT OATH A: Council meeting night some 'little hitch in -the elected alder- and-Tilley. Aid. Jiowman did not-tliink the oatli was the, jight'.one. on looking it was seen" that sccretarV-treasurer-, had -the right "Aid." took with no .furUier objection.' Orillia will have a new industry, tne Canada Barrel Co.. will erect a large factory there. 1 Htewart McDougall, a .'iS-yenr old boy of Moncton, N. B., was stnicfc'by a train-ami will lose an arm. Never Sour rheiie. 1027 GILMORE THE BAKER ments were served. i'-- One-of the prettiest-Jof events was "the.large NeV given; in hall last even- ing by Mr. U M; Johnstone foV their visitor Miss Winter .of Cal- gary.' most, ar- tistic and'attractive, the prevailing col- ors used in the adornment-being crim- son, white and green. iRopes "'of ever- green andl festoons" of red and white bunting were used as-the wall decora- The many windows -were 'shad- ed with crimson" summoned, when; -found that the condition of the" injured man-was a AT 'REG1NA; was re- ceived, by the Beard "of Trade tonight the. '.Financia'l an- less feed "Aboard for. the" the vessel certain- 'that it is safe: PH ON THE FARMERS OlaVeihojm.j.Ja.n'. force :bt men at work at Staveley Yy'putUng In telephones or c'A-yhumber :bf farmers-, have nad papnie's. i n'sj.'ai I ae soon as spring verjvsoh o'tlice in- Regiria, will be "made opeas will ;ciie headquarters :proviu-J] obast- "of. having practically ces.-.of Saskatchewan' Alberta. rural" telenhbne 'v C., daughter of Mr. Frank J.-Stack poole, of Dawson place, at Christ -Church I Cathedral, in- victoria; recently; the -Very "'Rev; uoull officiating; The en'away by and was ported by Miss Pennington, land, ;Man., a cousin. The Dr. H. R. his .bfo: tber, 'At the conclusion of the -eerie- a reception was held at the! home. of. Mr. E., Brett, a cousin of i the The young couple left forj where they will in-future re- BR.ING-. Toronto; .Ian...-; r order' to save; niy.Tbabyiii'First-. v i charter .two pending lul-. having cpyld. tccM mehtl is off Is-abb ut "completed: several .hundredffeet; ess.: f'roni street: f NEW SCHEDULE BUILDING TRADES The 'Building Trades Council -have .Adanis; elected new officers tor the year as follows: vice-president, C. treasurer, K. Woodlcy; arms, W. .G. Elliott.. A new schedule, for .the year 1911 lias been drawn iip'and oi j changes have hecn made FOUR KILLED INAWRECK Spokane, the Northern Pacific vards in; Cheney, the "-North sergeant-at- We are located n--the- district whire the-wheat world's is the kind of wheat wrmHI.' Our machinery it of the latest modern type and our--methods up. to-dats. LONDON POLICE 1 ARECRinCISED Coast Limited.: No._ 2 early today .struck (he.rear-end pi "the Burlington Passenger train No. 42 .eastbound. Three coaches were wrecked. ;Four trainmen are believed to have been H.IH.JCL mi number of trainmen and The Sheat' Passengers are reported severely in- Metal Workers" ask for two and a half i A relief train with. surgeons rents per hour additional. The ITorl; atltj left. Spokane for Carriers': and Building. Laborers' Un- the scene oi operations, ion have asked for an eight-hour day. t and a raise ot one rand 'a.quarter ce'nts i-per hour. Wire and Met- ial Lathers' Union ask ten cents per hour, and will furnish their j own nails. V i The Painters and Decorators van! a raise of five cents and the jters and Joiners the same. j lu ihr schedule of the Plumbed :inJ St ram fitters there is practically no; Tn change, except Jan-. 4--After a day's re-j be paid "ecuon, the sober thought of In all the schedules clauses been added that contractors proper sanitary accommodation, than the men be paid weekly, on Sat-j was a mistake, urdays by cash or accepted cheque. The Manchester Despatch today Tho trouble with tte.Builders' Ex-1declares that Englishmen have been change srems to he all over for to rfdlcnious present at least. Both sides declare the ailair is over. Lh jmpression 1S Sammg ground jthat tne police should have dealt withj the "reds" without calling upon the1 ,soldiers, and that the summoning of' jartWej-y was a particularly unneces- j sary move. Nothing has since devel- joped to eslablish more than.two men Mcid the tenement. wny our fiour it popular. rulSON MILLINC flfVATOR EXPLOSION CAUSES DEATH OF EIGHT Sydney, N. S., Jan. i.n.. arc dead as the result of. the cxplo- team went through the ice on -Mrs. Xorthej and her son, of num. were nearly drowned when sion in Colliery No. 3, here ycster day. Six of the bodies have been rr- Utiemong lake. de Van's Female WIU them. T-h, sodire of Deputies Frt- 1 guson and Purchsc have not been rr- 1 Tolllme of dcad" Iy that is in the mme. iTc portion of th Co., Supported bjrfMiss Ade'Je Nickerson Excellent TO-NIGHT TO-MORRO Friday Dodge's own version o "7 In thfe role of Mephitto, Mr. Dodge Starxds a Peer on the American Stage SATURDAY Jaliet' Secure your seafe early Evening prices TSc, 50c ;