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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday.; r 1911. THE LETITTBKIBGE WEEKLY K Pager HUDSON BAY CO, Special for Wednesday For Wednesday we offer a lines at prices which should compel, you to buy. Our sale is now in full swing, and al-, ready riunareas oi buyers have taken advantage of the bargains offered DO NOT HESITATE NOW IS THE TIME DRY GOODS ose, Ladies' Black CasKinere H 3 pairs for 750: yards Colored v Dress j i per yard White Marcella Counter- paiies, each 25., Napkins; reg. sale, per doz. ALL YOUR TROUBLES VANISH No Indigestion, Gas, Heart- burn or Dyspepsia Five Minutes Later >f Every year regularly more than a, illllon stomach sufferers in tiie Unit- d States, England and Canada, take 'ape's Diapepsin, aiid realize not only nmediate, but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will OP est anything you eat and overcome a our, gassy or out-ol'-order stomach ive minutes afterward. your meals don't Ht comfortably, r what yo.u eat lies like a lump of lead i your stomach, or yoii bavu iieait- urn, that Is a sign of indigestion. Ge't'-from your Pharmacist a 50-cent ase of Pape's Diapepsin and take dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no .belching of .ndigestcd food mixed with acid, no nomach gas or heartburn, fullness or ntestinal griping. This will all go, there will be no sour pod left over in the stomach to poison T0.ur breath, nauseous odors.- Papc's Diapepsin is a certain. cure or stomachs, because it akes'hbld of your food and digests it ust the same as If your H'asn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom- ach misery is waiting for you at any drug store. ,_ These, large 50-cent cases more than sufficient to. '-.'rttioroughly c.ure-almost, any In- digestion or -any Bother -'stomach 'dis- order. THE OUTSIDE DISTRICT SETTING THE PACE SHOE qtiality dress reg. salei; pair Men's vici kid box calf calf Shoes, reg. i; All Felt Shoes Prices J; from, Regular to J .Moccasins, Over Felt House v Slippers are all heing offered at "greatl reduced prices y WHOLE FAMILIES WEDDED "EACH OTHER Quebec, Jan.- very rare case of relationship was noticed yesterday at the cele- bration of the golden wedding or.Mr. and .Mrs. Louis .Moreh, or .St. Marie iJe Labeauce' .Among' the guests were eight of the old.- couple's- children who-'are to eight- children. of .Mr. and Mrs. J. ktieaume. The consequence is that, there was never "so vgreat gathering of cousins in the parish. WHEAT WILL GO UP 'ROCKERY DEPT. Expect to se sell-f--lb..-cents .higher b lore-.March .Mckinnon one 6f the" biggest wheat men on" th continent, who is looking local situation. He bases this qir- h: opinion that the American crop j bushels is over. estimate and on poor condition of Winter whe; Armours have accumulated twent million bushels of wheat, he says, an this is significient. Athlete .Kimball sprints .past all the other Candi- dates-toihe. Premier Coulter gain-Miss Olive Davies first in'the city and second in the Contest-Alice -owns" Bouncer With the thermometer playing tag of knowing- that you did your 'ith the double I'igureE uelow zero ic that's all any candidate can s but 'natural suppose that things that there are eleven prizes and that you will win accord- epntenicaily; nuher to ue number'ot votes vou have The. candidates in the January. 23.: .The .vote may not Id's great voting' contest arc all out-go" as nigh as you ing will encourage his friends to great-1 er effort. _ ;i Miss Olive Davies other candidates in Lethbridge.; When she tossed about of the pinkE contest ot'flc? table, "That's my vote for the contest man had a Da.vies 'hag her eye on; the auto posi- tion, although she did not say. so. Well, second place will, look good ty her.supporters, Mme. Norman and" Campbell Alrd were the only oilier city candidates voted. v Miss Elizabeth JfcbVnald g'a'ini''bne "round" in her now standing fourth, while John has inci'eased his score. win, and every day looks alike' to" hem.'.The number bt' votes added to- bank..qn_.a low again, it may go .'higher.than'your estimate, if Uie second" largest since the [you do.YO.UR the rymain 400.0UO.. The ing days, ot the you will g'et ote is certainly going UP: The: high ote In tne- Herald contest a year ago, more it now, seems possi- ble to securer SuUBcribers are pay- of days from thesing at the and asking lo hare inish, was last year's oiitest was no, slow affair, either; luch speculation, is -indulged in as the credited.; to some hustling candidate ana'almost invariably the lucky candidates- are the who o the probable high, vote at the kept (heir names well to the other words, how. many votes will i front, take jo win the _auto, or the ?500. h't'ask: the cont'e'st man, for he don't know, a about such mat- Miss Kathleen Farrcll ily Miller also A JUtle shapp-up 'foi Bouncer today, Alice Spaiks passing the mark, the other boyi and for and also "topping" girls. The fight beautiful one to watch. In a letter, one of the candidates r "1 out for iiouncer in earacst." And there are about six other and-'glrls are all out alter Boun- cer. There is no guesswork-, in- pony or the other either the candidate with the raott; votes at' the close will win Bouncer. -M. A pair of "kiddie" mittens vas at the contest office several days ago. owns them? ers, oiy if_ he; does he's not say- ng are supposed o; out for themselves. don't spend too m'uch'tlme adding, mul iplyiug and subtracting. Use energy "digging" up subscrip- every vote. you hen if you he -prize of your choice, you will know that WORK did t, and if you do-.-not win prize, you will have the satisfaction Ballot'Box Notet The p.'L. KiiribaH voted day is -rather jita'rtllng. It Is alto- gether possible that he -hai pulled off a few races to itart the ball a Whatever "the his score higher than any other candidate', for today at.least. JJ. W. Coulter speeded along quite and easily leads district. It is possible thatV'Mr. Coulter made, a try for. first; place, -and even if .he hls'-standing "this-'morn- GRADUATES OF .QUEEN'S .WANT NATIONALIZATION' 20 d'ozen Gups and Saucers, a dozen Plates; reg. 1.10, 1.00, one day only 95c, 85c One only 115 piece Dinner Set regular for Restaurant this sale we will give 15 pic. discount on all Hotel Wares including the famous Grmdley Hotel Ware. Kingston, Ont, Jan. grjidua.tes of Queen's have issued an appeal to fellow graduates for the na- tionalization of the institution. They claim that while this will open the for aid from money sources, it Impair the .spiritual bond be- tween the Presbyterian church and the university, but will deepen aiid increase it.' BOATS FULL UP UNTIL' MARCH London, Jan. steer- age berths or. the C. F. R., the_ Allan line and the C.' X. R. boats, sailing for Canada' dur- ing -.March, are already Cull up. 'MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's Flannel and Ceylon Flannel Shirts, now Men's Sweater pure wool all colors and sizes, regular now Men's Bit China Dog Coats, C17 OC reg. now Men's Raccoon Coats, well marked natural skins, undyed, regular now. Watch this Space for Special Offers for Thursday, also following days Suffered Greatly From Heart Trouble. VERT WEAK. Mrs. John Farrcll, Rose Hill, P.E.I., is with the greatest T of pleasure I write -you statins the 'benefit I have received by using Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. j "About five years ago I suffered greatly from heart trouble, "and my serves were very weak. After seeing several doctors jjand using their medicine, I got no relief until a friend told me of your Heart and Nerve Pills, I took two boxes and they" effected a complete cure, J can rccom- mend them highly to all nervous and run down women. "I tave advised many to try them and they have all been'cured-of the same trouble The proper action of the nerves, so important to the heart, j depends entirely upon the general con- jdition of the nervous system Jf there r. be nerve derangement of any kind, it is f bound to produce heart derangement. In Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills is combined a treatment that will care all forms of nervous disorders, as well .Tsact on the heart itself, and in this is the secret of their success in curing so many cases of heart and nerve trouble. Mflburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are 500 per box, or 3 fo; at all dealers S j or mailed direct on receipt of price by The j T. Milburn Co.', Limited, Toront'v Ont. A RECORD: YEAR The .imperial' Life'j Excellent merit Reflects Country's Prosperity j Jan.- prosperity which has prevailed generally tlirough- ihe during .the. past, year is being; reflected. striking man- ner in tie-annual-statements of our. large; .financial-; .con- cerns. is that of the Imperial Life-Assurance Com- pany .preliminary statement'for the v'ear Bended Dec'em-; ber 31st, shovvs. that the results of. the company's ..qaeratibns in 1.910. surpassed in" every important lar -those of tiny previous year in its The new' assurances" effected and policies, revived amounted to' 000, and exceeded by over a mil- lion dollars the company's best re- .cord in any one year: The busi- ness in force During the year tue ..assets were in- creased by'over" and now stand'at 'the income from premiums and interest 'amounted to over an increase of record was also the amount of out of which' profits to poHcyholder's are paid, the net p.yrplus over and above all liabilities, including policy ._re-( serves, now amounting to over 000. ic is also noted that the death j losses were again below those which were to be according to the j standard tables of mortality. I 'The rate ci interest realized on company's funds G.52, per cent., j an increase of..40 over that earned in i 1900. This, favorably rate .is due to! the fact that about. 'C5 per cent, of j the company's assets'consist of firsi 'J mortgages on farm lands in j western Canada. The and others hav-1 ing interest in this sirong, progressive Canadian company nre to be congrat- uiated upon the mar' ort success -which has. unil'ormly characterized its oper-; rtions, the success of year jusi closed. Mr. C. R. Daniel. President of The Securities Limited, states that Imperial has piaced a large [amount of funds in first mortgages on improved farn: laiuls in' the country Surrounding that this province is taking n prominent place as an fieUJ for the safe in- yestmcnt of UM: Company's-. surplus funds. The business of the Company throughout, this agc'ncy -d.uring the past year was most satisfactory and pros- pects point lo a very greatly increas- ed business In I Oil. Band Mortisert, "Moulders, >Rip.: Saws, Sanden, Terioners Resaws, Shape rs, "New, and Second-hand Re- built." i --Complete Plants Furnished. ..CatalbgueB1., and 1HESTUART MACHINERY GO. LMITED 764 Main St. Winnipeg Votes Will Be Added for Thursday's Issue of. The Herafd. y PEIZES ft-pawenger McLaufihlin-Buick Touring Car. European tour, taking in Coronation of King George; er in Building" DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT 925. DISTRICT Vieation-irijj car 7 DISTRICT Vacation' trip ri DISTRICT Vacation" -trip "or. D2V1SION A. At least of the grantf' prlzei go. to thlt division. No. that part; of: the City of Lethbridge.lymgv north and, 'east of .the following boundary: Tbird. Ave., from First Street to Sixth Strati. louth'on Sixth 'to Fourth Ave., east on to south on to city limits. two of the prizes go to this and 2nd Ave a. CAMPBELL AJRD, 13W Sixth.. Ave MISS 5S Argyle Ave ERNEST tOWNSEND, St t HAROLD KERB, :444 -Torrancc Ave District No. that part 6t. tne city of lying iouin in4 of the above boundary. least two dLtho prizes' go to tliisf diitricL MISS OLIVE DA VlESr 406, Fifth Ave. South MME. E. .NORMAN. '622 Sixth Ave. South MISS AGNES Seventh' Ave. South MISS LIZZIEJSHIKLSY..302 Sixth Ave. A. South DIVISION B. At lent of; the prizes go to thti. division. District No." "all -.towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Brt- At least tvo of prizes go to thli FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY Wire or write us for quotations on car load anywhere.-Bulk or sacked.. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Galgary Office Box, Calgary, Drawer 107 tiih Columbia population. district.. GEORGE E. PELLETiERrPincher Creek .r -MISS Cardston, Alta, D. W. COULTER; Alta.- MISS MARY .MACKENZIE; Maclsod, Alta. MiSS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank, Alta. R. B. C D. R; WARE, Medicine all .towns in .Southern. Alberta acJ_ Eastern Bri. Columbia, under go '.to tkii district. D. L. KIM GraEsy Lake? Alta MiSS.KATHLEEN'.R. FAR R ELL, Coittts.Alta; _ MISS: EMILY-MILLER; BOW island', Aita "STANLEY. Barons, 'Alta MISS EHZA'BETH ADAMSr Stirling, Alta MISS LILLIE-MAY TIERNEY, Burdctt, Altai PONY." DIVISION A separate under..lo years of age. AGNES Fourteenth St 91. 285 X ALICE SPAHKSr _. ._. ____ RUSS2LL DUDLEY.: B. C. PEGGIE CRAIG; Pourtn'-Ave. North WALTER PA LM E R, Grassy Lake, Alta. VVJNNIE Seventh St.- A. JENNY McNULTY, 418 Wilson St., ADA MURRAYvl JAMES NISBET, .Stafford-Villase" Contest Closes Moiuliiy, ''Jaiiiiary. CT ittrncTiM'C Tispri' ST. AuGuSlifibtHURGn (Anglican) Con'grc-1 man, A. Ciart, J'. held.its annual; meeting last Tinning and N. Blunt. Tlio linahce. committee .was.vappoint- c-'l F.. A. .Shaiman, F. A.; Tatiman, vtnd I he rector anrt .church-wanlens. The St. Angus t in C erne tcrv--'Board F. Simpsoa, i was eloctcrt W. lagiani, i': I', that the re- C. B. Bowman .and'G. -St. gation night with a full attendance of-mem- bers. .The rector, Rev. J. presided. The financial statement bv the people's warden.- J.. was adopted. It showed OVER-SEAS CLFB IN'AUGURATION' 'MEETING AT ST. A 1 1C, U 3T I X 'S HALL Friday the g.30 P. M ALL BRITISHERS INVITED Orpanizrd An-. gust 27; h. lf'1'X Has members from all _ over the Kmpire. niul already there are ir, .inches forming. One of ilie Club's principal objects "To draw together in (he-loud of comradeship. the peoples now living .under (he of "THE BRITISH .FLAG.'7 Over lorn! .rnembcrs al- for rnomhorship. The Waddington- Stuckey Co. Beg (o have announce that they Di solved Partnership in the HAT, GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be carried on under the firm name of R. Stuckey Son. And by strict attention to business hope to be favored xvjth the patronage given the old firm. ing to more than 5300 -and came to over J100. The receipts of the various orRani- nations of the church us St. Monica's Guild the Women's Auxiliary SlOfi, the, Chttn eel fund Sunday school Slie. .Tun. ior Women's. Auxiliary S-iO, for St.: Aiipustin's new church site, St. Cyprian's Guarantee Fund taxes that J W. William Ingram, D. Williamson, and. Robert "Nirahions. R. A. Smith 'TV as elected vcstrv .'clerk. Lay delegates lo the .Svnod R. A'. Snuth, McLpan and C. >aftn. The auditors installed were: D. W. Clark andGco. Robinson. On motion oi A. Cunningham, the rector's was increased bv per annum. W. Williamson thanks to the rector done (Jnrint? tiie Bible class SIS, Brotherhood of St. j moved" a vote of Andrew 523. j for The rpport of the rector was- vcrv yrar. interesting and shoxvcd the great pro- It was stated that was paid grrss.madcby the Anglican church in j up on the church sitf> and that the city during the past. year, .whore of still owinc. -Sl.fiOa had hern there was only one church and a mis- i. promised. The total li.ihiHtios the sion in the city a year ago. now there chiirch amoimtcri to S3.SOO. while the arc three prosperous churches. The average congregation at St. Augus- tin's in the corning had been; 100. and in the evenings 160. lie urged a larger attendance at the services. The rector expressed his apprecia- tion of the excellent and painstaking total assrls nrp invrstod in church r.roirrly. ihe new site, and c-ifRtrrn on Wrstminsfr-r Road near the -St. Augustin's crmetcry. INTEREST IN C. P. R. LAND Montreal, Jan. services rendered by-the choir and evidenced here at the Sunday school teachers. oneninc of St. JIonicars Guild had finished pav or the market this morning last night's announced in- ing for the St. AugusHn's Hall. Qgf CPR saleg dMded to had also presented a comp.etc set o; j, ocnt Canadian Pacific stock new books for the lectern, the prayer 204 against 198 last night, re- desrc and the pulpit. inctr-d 10 2iiS 1-2 and then jumped to E. II. Wilson was appointed rrc- f 2or. 1-2. The increase means that tor's warden by tlte rector, and J. F. jOOO shareholders will obtaia iTinrpson was re-elected people's war- for ;ueir holding than last year, den. The envelope comniiltrc, whosr change goes in effect at the neit duty it is to tliat everv ano is clividcnd today. TSjs pres- contrihuting soniething fo local C'lr-'eru dividenri will be is not rent, expenses and missions, w.-re as-; up on ordinary Canadian Pacific pointcd'as follows: E. A. Snmman. j shares and does not mean a rate W. D Wing, K. B.nnrd. F. A. Tad- -crease according to cnarter. ;