Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
'I f AND DYSPEPSIA VANISH Makes your; disordered S stomach feel fine in 5 minutes You can eat thing your stomach craved without fear indigestion 01 Dyspepsia, or that your, food will minVor on your you wijptake a 'Ittle Diapepsiu' occasion Your meals .will taste Rood, thing you will befdlgeatea; ndthin can" ferment or tuiV into-acid or 'poi- eou "oV'stomacli which cc-uses Eolchiftg, feeling full- -alter -eatings-Nausea, Indigestion lump ot.I.Gad in Heartburn, Water v lirash, stomach and intestines or otife'r symptoms. Headaches from the ab RECTOR GIVEN A LARGER SALARY Action of Anglican iat MacleocT- Election Results ST. CYPRIANS Jaa. elec tion held here yesterday for the eiec tlbti of two cctincillors to fill vacan resulted as R. D. McNay of Barnes and McNay Drug Store headed the polls with of Hardware Co., S, Heap, Maclean Real ..Estate Chas. llammensley, carpenter, 21. The election was rather quiet anwnoj to be carried away without'the use of- tiie from the any other assistance.; to the Post Office .forover Shoujd ypu at this moment be years steady had at the beginning o fei-Ing .from-Indigestion or..any.stora- "the year to tfve up this positjen, tnas ach you can get relief .within Peters having put lower tende five minutes for .the position for the next .fou years, v Mr. Davis fcaV until this, time been, carrying the mail for pe I year but this year, he donbjed-hi I tender and lost to Peters' whose bi parishes, with three church" buildings, one in each of those parisJii and.a is.be- ing, carried-on for .the Master in all hree. One of those parishes, j3t.xCyp- Jus..been, carved out and Jbe- come a most of-Uhe C'huroh "'On the .-last Sunday' in." February, tne year! ia .connection I WON'T PERMIT DANCING Nebraska Executive Says it is Against j His Religion ...-._ 1 the mail. with an attendance 'of B the morning; and "43 In the 'evening. that gathered togeth: er then to organize and rcarry work! ia I tiinj'tiil .Tfliti.'me', that tho results froiii efforts.-have 'far exceeded1 any thing'that we it" that "with 50 in "ttiosMs.vfamslies, souls; ;blaimirig tne 'ministra- tion Our cants' roU numbers We liae in Herbert SPECIALIST FARMERS TO GET WHAT THEY WANT Dominion Government to Accede to Western Demands Saskatoon, Jan 2 Geo E Mc- Cninejy-M.P. for Saskatoon, arrived home last week and will be in the c.itv about ten .days. Mr. McCraney is in excellent, and -spirits and wel pleased with the session so lar as it jhas gone. Asked about the farmers' delegation ariii Freep-tion- at Ottav-a b> Si Wilfrid and, the Mc Craney" said that too important o fur; delegation -was fully recognized the; ministry; and by; all the member olv the 'government. That it vas thor- oughly was indicated b'yv.tfre 'lactllhat. frbm'-his ndrng Mr -rMcCtanSy "had twenty-sir "wi ih MISS OLIVE DAV1ES AHEAD OF ALL OTHER CANDIDATES .Natural Teetlf Alveolar end Inlay I Svsteiui iot 'Bridgework Regula tiqn; :.f of "Crooked or- v TiTpontilar Teeth D. L Kimbali Second and D. W. Coulter Third- t Mbs Agnes Dowsett Breaks Into the Century Candidates Vote the "PtolT -Alice Sparks Clings to the "Ribbons" Back of Bouncer no inaugural: ball at when day with Chester I-I. js Miss Gilroy, of Lethbridge, and inducted into off ice-Jan. 5. -That, has genera, on the staff.: Miss 4i1 'iii L t.- Gilroy has been given charge, of .the been settled fay Mr Aldnch and who will he a reception, M5ss Derch's. place: exi8Cec.ct. with, our work tne FariBh Auxiliary, the Brotherhood of St. Andre w, A. ,1' A., .afid j tfte VonBf Oiirlii Reports ;were organJzattona, which showed th at ;eacb': Is an force -in; the life ot the parlflb. IBS 3: wais again ajx but there will be no dancing." "Mr. Aldrich is a member of' .The annual.; meeting'' of the" rate- of the Dis Methodist church and says'he'cannot trict be held in'the school house .countenance ._ Wednesday r.-. John' Miller, of Pincher Creek, i spent .a--day la Macleod-on his way I to. Edmonton, -where be will attend government consideration of all >as said by Who i were the speak i satis f kctq ryv; to'- the -jwestera Liberal mem- bers had been -thei de- i With to -the ,t er'nunal a -Hudson Bay. ay, the '.placed b NOTE-r-The .reporta ofcaniriidatec will as soon as possibte..-.The'.certificates-.requested to.be Saturday .Bay ay with- ;is a government be satisfac- B' 'people Mr Mc- hopeful that be A' great many of Herald's good cause to rejoice this evening The club offer which closed last night, provedirery profitable to many good workers, and the fine club certificates .stored away aa a reserve votf, will a con islderable factor, on: the final count will, be There wasn't around the contest heavdqiurters >yeaterday> until toward eveninaj, nhen the city candid ates commenced to the volume aa turned up to the closing fcours exceeded the ex pectstlons of the contest manager. eports showed that all the cam ho tried and a kst of hem had made the" most of beat _ ffer for extra votes during eon est. Juat how much the v 1! to tell the public he standing "Last Extra Vote Offer '.the last and onh other extra otfer to be given during the resiaJB- davs of the Herald's prize vottaff contest will be on the foilovlif also that the were in be and tht !A Utttle goil during the day from the outside district; but up to Yor each flO worth of old or new, of large of small s'ons, GOOO extra, votes will offer will remain in oatil tne last minute of the contest NtT other.inducement will be made. An> surplus candidates may have noon most of the-country can j left from his fire year clubs will dKiates had been heard from, and their' allow ed in the f 10 cash clubs. house re'ports pointea :warden for.- the com- week ing and A! .Hayr.was ele'ctedr ending which had beea the of its former recognized that govcrnimeaVs: policy thw be defended; as the re anu that thf; pie's Yestrymen' ed as Hugh iJoyd, D. Sirnpl WAS A VERY DRY YEAR Minnesota Had 'Smallest Precipita- B'-. the-strong wind storms of Mo.sture jn 24, y_ears few'-days'most of .the rural r Minneapolis, Minn.-..'Jan. ,4.-rrLocally the .year _; just was the dryest .in'- the ryears. .This swill .be snovrn... in the annual report of the ITnited" States 'weather-bureau. But siigh.tlT than "12 .inches' is' the total precipitation I5ennepin .couri- -ty, and also many other counties of -Vlinnestoa the 'past twelve months. The aanuai rainfall southwestern part.'bf .Minnesota aver: "the 'no'ean .Straker. ;aau Collier..i< records t show, that, in -but has: total dropped -be- telephone lines but .of Macleod are out of order but be "working again. There have alsowbeen "several large snow drifts formed oh'-'sqme the main streets and" the town hara had several ;mea -shovelling the snot- off the sidewalks for the last lew days; friends of Mr. AVJ. Hatch will-be sorrr to; learn that'.he js.Very ill from pneumonia. .The moving-picture show.which Mr. Macleod was'putting on. on Monday a'aid" of the ;Bellevue fire sufferers was-called off on account .of Mr. -Mac- eod: not being able. to secure films. The Cinderella i Ciub. will hold an- other of their-regiilar dances'in- the Tovm Hall next T.uesday, night. _ Young Strake.r. Ai B. JU and- were' 'it'oX the; aimiial ''substitutes .being Y-ourigi' next" TuesdayJC.wheri-' th'e ports iwilj.be x fORN- Lethbjidge, on Wednes- day "JanxwrT 4; to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. PLANNING PROVINCIAL ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN Offices May be bpeWeV'in Several of the Larger Cities !ri'United States: Next-Year Edmcaton, Jan. for .the DO YOU KNOW THESE The police are having numerous in- English Fish Grill and Chipped Potatoes In basement old "Candy Kitchen. 1.. Give, us a call, next to tha Eastern Townships Bank. publicity 'work of the prorincial jov-: erntnent for the coming year will be considered by Marshall, minister of agriculture, oh bis return to the city taice into consideration several recom- quirtes: for lost relatives. Mrs. Marr K. Maybrtck, of Liverpool, written Chief Gillespie asking hiny to help her locate'her son, "VVilliam Msy- who was in Lethbridge with ftis' Brother Charles on October 14 hast, .for Butte o." meet" other brothers there. But aey emu find no trace him, and pparently he did not go to Butte at it. His mother fears that something must have befallen him, as he was al- ways very prompt-'in writing. .She sent the chief his photo, and describes him: years old, fair com- lexion, brown eyes, tall.' tat-' ooed on both arms. MARSHALL 4L RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, .'Grain and Produce car, lowest prices. P.. 0. Box 2060 MAJESTIC THEATRE mendations that are; to" be made by chief publicity commissioner Hotch- kiss. It is likely that the matter of open- Ing publicity offices in SC Paul, or Chicago, or some other big centre in the United'States, will be taken into consideration by the minister. Exhibits will probably., be .maintain ed next yesir by depart ment, at the Dominion fair at Regina in July, and at-the International Dn Fanning Congress, whic'u takes plac next year at Colormdo Springs.. It i also possible that exhibits may be sen to other points. AUCTION'SALES Cbifductedibn-abort notice- Sat- fsfactibn' Live stock ind J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge, fclbeiia. 'Regular, sale's at Jj C. Barn, Wood St., on the1 second -and toorth Tuesday, of each nbntb. WESTERN HIDE AND JTJNKCQ. Highest market-prices paid for hides, furs, and junk. We also buy and sell all kinds of second-fcrvtui and fnraishrngji.-jcwsl-- ry and musical isstruments. Office snd 320 Crabb Herald office P.hine P.O.Box 20J3 Lethbridge, Alta. depend in former the clericals Mr _______j_______ tfcat to tbe gov ernnie'nt- anS ''the'Liberal -partj, and tlie govern- not on- ly-to1 speaking provinces excellent health Fielding, be re. with1 to Siscosc the cor STANDING OF CANDIDATES VotM for Saturday's Issue of The Herald _ G GRAND PRIZES McLaughlin-Buick Car. tour, taking in Coronation ur King George, or S500 ki Loir7 DISTRICT PRIZES trip or _ __ _ _ DISTRICT trip or trip or 175; aecond-425__ _ 4rifat .Vacation trip or _ _ DIVISION A i At least one'-of the grand prTzes go to tnls division. if Gueipb -was a glaEs; lemouade set by -his colleagues in'the Council. circulated' that they, are in an'agree- ment with the .locals hack drivers to bring'-niarriage couples to .---theta for portion, of. the fee." Of two "the Jehus! Tho other eight stoutly deny the" practice. Another inquiry for .a lost relative omes from Annie Macinroy, of Mon- reai, who seeks her brother, David Macinroy. He was in -Lethbridge .a year ago when last heard from. Still another inquiry V comes from New York city. This time Bernard J. Campbell, formerly of Kenora, is wanted. He is supposed to be em- ployed by the Pacific Rail- way in Letn WAS THE FIRST QUAKER M. P .London, Dec. Pease grandfather of the new nvwnber fo Darlington, was the first Quaker t enter the House of Commons. Whe be took his scat in refused to swear the usual form A Se- lect Committe was appointed to quire into precedents, and as a reenit of their report the new member was allowed to affirm. When aau.esBing tho House Pease was careful to avoid the use of all titles. He dressed strictly in accord- ance with the rjiles of his aect, and re- fused to raise hfe on any pre- text After a time he instructed the doorkeeper to take his hat from him when he entered the House, and to replace it on his head when he went out. This saved him from appearing (HecourteouB to the Speaker without wounding his own conscience. A BIG FISH ORGANIZATION Halifax, X. S., Jan.. Scotia fish company" being organized propose having a fleet of vessels, including a couple of steel ships, -built at Halifax or Glasgow-. The proposition is to have two bait ireezers and fish stations on the New- foundland coast, and the other at Cape Breton. The proposed vessels, after the season will carry fish to tfte Mediterranean, .Brazil, and else- where. French capital is interested. the Stuckey Go. .Beg to announce they.' have .Disolvcd Partnership in the HAY, GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH -BUSINESS. The business will, be carried oa under the firm name of' K. StncKey Son. And by strict attention to business hope to be favored with the patronage given the old firm. All that- part cE the City Lethbridge lying north' and east of the foUomne boundary Third Are from First Street to Sixth south on Shrth to east on Fcnrtti _' to rjlexenth St south on Eleventh to city ttrahs j At least two of the prizes co to dtotnct FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY or .write us for tations on car load lots delivered anywhero. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Post Office Box, Calgary, Drawer 107 MRSJt E.HUMPHRIES, Tenth St and 2nd Ave CAMPIELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth Ave MISS GRACE PROUSE, SB Argyle Ave ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBett: St 10.385 HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave i Diatrtot that pan or uie city ct west of the above boundary.; At least two of the prizes this diatrict MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave South MME. E. NORMAN. 622 Sixth Ave. MISS AGNES DOWSETT. 907 Seventh Ave. South MiSS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. South; DIVISION B. At least one of the grand prizes go to this District No. all towns in Southern Alberta avi tish Columbia, over population. At'least two of tfce prtoea district. Bri- K1 KW .WS 155 CUT THIS OUT D. W. Taber, Alta. MISS EDITH MARKER, Cardston, Alta. MISS MACKENZIE, Macleod, Alta MISS ELIZABETH McDONAL D, FranK, Alta. JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer, GEORGE E. PELLETIER, Pincher Creek .......I... D. R. WARE, Medicne Hat. Alta s District No. an to-wns in EouUiern Alberta sat' Tastara Brt- tlsh Columbia, under population At least two of toe prisw sjo to district. D L KIM BALL, Grassy Lake, Alta. MISS KATHLEEN R FARRELL, Coutts, MISS EMILY Bow Jsland, MJSS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirlins- Alta. STANLEY Barons, Alia, ..i..; MISS LILLIE MAV TIPDMCV, SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for" boys aha" girls .under 15 years of afe, ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, Alta RUSSZLL Fernie, B C AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St .......t PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourtri Ave..North WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St A JENNY VcNULTY, 418 Wilson St. WALTER" PA-MER, Grassy Lake, Alta.' ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NISBET, Stafford Village Ripley Transfer CftV Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for .quantity. Phone 58S. '.Opposite Methodist Church. CROWM ATTORNEY 43 YEARS Berlin, Jan, H. Bowlby, K. C., has completed his.43rd year as Cro-wn Attorneiy of Waterloo county, having received his appointment from the Sarifleld-MacDonald gorernmeut on Doceciber 24, IS57. He is also clerk of the county court. He is 75 yeart old and is still hale and hearty. George H. Ferity of Ottawa, chief ConeerraUre a You Are The Judge 30 Days'Free Trial Don't irith a tteeJ razor Carbo-MagncUc ,wlth the Cartes-edge that you need never hone. This rator is not tempered In uneven flre Meat, but by .electro-carbonIza- tlon 2.500 degrees similar to that by which dia- monds hare been, produced. Gst a Csrbo-MajrneUc on our 30 flay Free Trial need not buy the razor until you arc thoroughly satisfied that tt is better ttwn any you ever tried. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. AND CtO. H. LING. TO THE HERALD: Lethbriclgc, Alta. I wish to help by paying sub scription to The Herald.; Name of candidate. address. for............... months, Weekly ........years, and inclose ?.......to cover subscription, beginning'............................................ Votes, if uew............-, Votes, if old.............. Name----c. Address State whether by mail or carrier. get the votes on the abore cash must accom- pany the order. A person now.taking The Herald will rccelre votes, according to tho schedule, .tvhen making any payment on _ subscription, provided the shove form is sent to the contest depart- ment with the money. TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD FIVE; VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contest. (Name of (Address.) This package contains........ votes Void after January 13.