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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jan., 131911. THE LETHBKIDGI} DAILY An Endless Chain of Satisfied Users CERTAINLY ENDS KIDNEY TROUBLES Right through the West, up, down and across 'country there arc users of Blue liibbou Tea linked together by the bond oi: its delight- giving qualities. We invite you to join in. Become one of the pleased thousands. .Ityou find that you are not "fully satisfied your gro- cer will ait once, refund your money. The Red Drug Book Co. have photograph postcards i. of yesterday's fire at the Bal- inoral: hotel. F The Red Cross Drug Book SIR WILFRID EXPLAINED JUST MISSED BEING FROZEN Police Had Trouble Get- ting Drunken Men Home As E. J. Faunch, of the Herald staff was on his .way home yesterday evening he found a man whom' he re- as a fellow lodge member, ap patently the worse for liquor, kneel- ing the snow, without dvercdat, -over- shoes or gloves. A glance at his bare hands showed they were badly frost- bitten. With the other party, Mr. Faunch man into one of the stores Kidneys Act Fine and Backache Vanishes After a Few Doses Kidney disease is the most danger- ous, because the first arc seen in other parts of the body before anything'wrong is noticed with tho kidneys themselves......... Some of the symptoms, though, can not be mistaken; for sicjc unhealthy'kidneys cause thick, cloudy offensive- urine, full of sediment; 'ir regular of passage or .attended by a sensation of scalding. The bad aches constantly, or there is dul misery in the sides and loins, head aches and dizzy spells may occur nervous twitchings, distrubed sleep inflamed or puffy eyelids, weakness bilious stomach, heart palpitations o the sufferer is often weighed'down b a feeling of languor or fatigue.. The time to cure kidney trouble i while it is..only, i settles Into .Diabetes, Dropsy. Grave or Bright's disease. The moment y.q suspect the slightest kidney, bladd'e or urniary disorder begin takin Pape's Diuretic as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medi- cine, at any price, made anywhere- else in the world, which will effect so prompt and thorough a cure. Don't be miserable and remain in danger another moment because of a lame back or dogged, inactive kid- neys or bladder or urinary misery; .all this'will surely go after you-take Pape's Diuretic for a few days. Your physician, pharmacist, banker or any .-mercantile agency will vouch for the res'pb'nsidiiity "of P'ape, Thorny oca EDITED BY "UNO" PHONES SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The' Kno.x church choir not Miss Farley, who has heeu visiting'meet for practice this evening, on ?-c- Mrs tt'. A. Duchai.au for several weeks count of. ;Uic cold, weather, left today lor her. home in St. Thom- as, Ont, Bruce Conybearc returned to Up- per Canada College, Toronto, on Wed- nesday, after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F, P. Conybeare. Mrs., T. F. O'Hag'an and son, How- ard, leave tomorrow for Calgary, where they will spend the week-end with Dr. O'llagan at Brat-mar Lodge. Mr. Artbur Barnsley'aud Mr. R. V. Gibbons leave tomorrow to spend sev- On account-of the severe cold and the illness of several members, .the Ladies' Aid Society of the Gait Hos- pital, will not tomorrow Forty of the young folk who are taking part in the "13illee Taylor" attended the rehearsal oi the opera in thc. Conservatory Auditorium. The first and second acts were goac over with enthusiasm, and the number oi new members present into the sufrit of the music immediately. "After the rehearsal a jolly impromptu-, hop was'held. The, Buy our Cut Henderson-Park houses the 'largest and most up-to- date Greenhouses in the District :.i i 1 Frache Bros. Phone 1003 Florists P.O. Box 1436 MAIL ORtiQRS A SPECIALTY" era I weeks a Long Beach, members of-the-caste will meet again where -they Ward hotel. will be guests at the Monday "evening -for practice. Mrs. T. K O'Hagan was at homo to her friends formally for the time yesterday before her departure for Riverside, California, where, ac- coir.panicd by her little son aud daugn will spend the remainder of the winter. Although the weather hadn't a' tendency of .drawing many son Pape of who matrons from their own firesides yes- prepare Pape's Diuretic 50-cent tcrd a fr.om the practice "xe- pafci their.bravia; tht? cold; Tie hall was comfortable, and the new- ly instated -G outlay piano t-iaiccL: j; The club are most fortunate hi- possessing such a talented accom- panist, as Ivirs.' Nelson and. as able her resi- O'Hagaii as Andrew'Tilley. ;.V, looked particularly well, wearing aj modish wisteria broadcloth gown j. The firs't; meeting of the Auxiliary with edgings of otter and chemisette1 of cloth of gold veiled with Persian embroiderv and trimmed with hanfi- i ings pt Persian siln.. The visitors ihe glowing grate fire v.'hich 'sent iorih most- acceptable was held'at the home of Mrs. Roy oa tlie. afternoon oi March .29, Ifl'lO, twenty- members h-eing present.' Thc'.membership-now is thirty-eight and in Jess'Ulan a year "tins energetic women have raised the i m Everything is ready for the exec'u-! warmth revelled in the delicious cup 6f'S6C7.75.'This amount UltLLl 1ULL7 UJIU Ul JLlJ'-tO lit m iV i iestic-building nearbv and phoned for "on. The scaffold, in one of the fcfty; oi. lea dispensed by Mrs. T. W -Mo- -represents hours spent sewing articles.. J nrt Ml rt f n IfU'ttSnrr OMfl rtllt> 1 j _ J. j stable buildings, was erected early i Eachern ,from the inviting and foiV-two that have paring iperiod. since their organisation. The Daughters and plains of -theic- friends policy may have; been .into promises...'. .western, farmers af- ter a...public. interview. with Jthe gov- ernment ou Uie .l.Cth. met .me in: lur- ther support of th'e further applicalion oi the snow rcm- j teuce tomorrow. His-identity has cdy and a hurried examination .of the--Degu kept Secret by the man's- feet'and other limbs-to set if iie Js believed to be a man from Cal-" gary, who has had previous experience Immediately after the hanging, an sla- in to" the hack and driven to the cioiu It took about tiiree men hold 'the individual 'while, his left hand was' kept immersed in a pail of snow are they had ;placed the govern- ment in, favor of' the "HuasotiV Bay by the Kpvernmentf1' ray col-; league; of Railways aft'J Canals, could not be present 1, then reiterated my views vhich I had plained the public stated, that while lersohally i V.MS water, Jjut the frost was finally -ex- land with a dance in thias hall this evening. inquest will be held on the body by Coroner A. E. Humphries. Tlie jury Jf _V7.esley. Church has of Py- piaiihed a debate for Monday LiisdousTree-Ripcned Fruit It is not sufficient to know that the most healthful all fruits. It is quite as important to know the kind of oranges that are most .heallhful and most palatable. The very finest'California oranges are now packed under the r- label ''Sunkist." Please serve "Sunkist" oranges, at breakfast tomorrow and learn the superiority tree-ripened, seedless, fiberless oranges over the commonplace kind. Don't fail to save the There is sci much "meat" and nourishment in' "Suakist" oranges and so little waste that, in 'addi-; tion to their "extra fine flavor and goodness, they are really the most economical oranges to buy- !rSunkist" Lemons Juiciest as much ns orabjjeE. Pitby, leraozjs contain very little juice. You waste money when you bay them. Please ask for "Sunkist" Lemons and note how soand each one is, and what a small perccct- ajre .skin'and fiber.; '_: Get This Valuable Orange Spoon Save 12 o range (or lem on wrappers. pacldafc, we will present you -with a ccnu- ine liocers Oraaje Spoon, of beatUitul desiirn and hiffhast qaalitr- .Busria sa wrappers today. desire one. send 12 'Stinkist'' wrap- pers and 12 cents tor additional spoon. In remit-. tinff. please send cash the amount is less thaii 20 cents; oa amorists we prefer postal note, money ordi---br baak draft. We will be clad to send youcomplcraltstoi vehicle premioms. We honor bcth" eccl "Red Bail" forpreinhirns.. iC Califonua. Fosit Exchange 105 King Street East Tcrontoy Ont for tills inquest were subpoened vester; for the inquest were subpoenaed yester j Ashcroft, C. P. Kroning, Ban .AlcCor-j mick, George Seaman and Charles Vanj Home. _, I The hanging will be strictly, private.! i Besides those officially connected j IllOilCil with the hanging, there mil only be ia Creek Catholic priest, and represen- calletl when lirst the man was Drought tracted, and into a ;cel I, t o sle cp "oR h is This lie Vas-; able .to do, 'agony he must have-suftered when ihej. blood begaa to circulate again frozen disUs. Dr. Rivers was but open to consider the building ot the is services were not required. road by the government, I was strong- a lfcft ly disinclined to the guvernmer.t op _ Dun tatives of the. press present. The murder, for which Chobator is to pay- the death penalty, took place addition and had he got nearer at Of njght, between No. fi anfl (he IGtli inst. Subject-: -''Resolved. fn.nd. foreign missiom? 'and nine-tt'itus j that done mure toward :-'o. tlu? fund. Various tbe furtherance oC Missions crating' it -I said that considering before being found he 3 mines, Chobator laying wait for object sought to he'attained great chances of, being, frozen to (his victim as he-'came from work in jthe mines and shootng him with revolver. He was convicted of crime at the October sittings of the j Supreme Court. farmers, there was more certainty of their reaching that o'oject in the roadj The nolia; kept a close watch last being operated by a company, subject night' and conducted more than one in- to to the control cC tt-e railway chriztcd citizen home, who alone over tolls, not only for-.land carriage, pvould have TUH chances towards but also for ocsan. carriage, with inincing bartly frozen, addition, government supervision in Kngland against the mixing of'gram in the manner now obtainig by govern- ment''sttpervtsion against the adiilter ntio ot.'dairy pfoJuct.-" HAIR HEALTH If you riave Scalp or Hair Trouble, Take Advan- tage of- this Ofer GREAT TRIP HAS BEEN POSTPONED The proposed Board of Trade excur- sion from Lethbridge to Great Falls, j.Mont., has been postponed until early YOUNG LAD IS MAKING BAD START JN LIFE Charged with stealing a revolver and a silver watch from thc man who had befriended him, and given him a tome, Richard La Chance, a sixteen- 1 year-old would-be wild and .wooly cow- puncher, was arrested on fifth street .'this morning by Detective-Sergeant. Egan. The complainant is. Norman Brokman, who lives in the country about twelve miles north of the city. In order'to tide La Chance over the winter, Brokman says he gave him a Home, and paid him a small wage, al- We could-, not afford to so endorse Rcx.il! "93" Hair r.nd continue to sell it as we do. K we were not certain tint it would do all we claim it will. enthusiasm carry us away, I la February. The Great Northern 'Railway, Tonic whose lines part of the journey have to be made, has replied to Gen- eral Manager P. Xaistnii.1i; 6? the A. H. I., to the effect that, at the pres- ent time, they are very short of equip- i-c ana though he had no work for him and La. Chance returned his gratitude -by stealing a number of things, anfl. hik- ing for town. Brokman followed him in this morning, and laid information. [The revolver was recovered from MUE- covltch's second hand store, Third have just recciveda .large shipment of "Tailor-Made Blouses some of which are beautifully em- broidered These- are made'of pure linen so that you will always', have the satisfac- tion of having them clean and nice -as they will launder splendidly and al- wav than were appointed, who lact during 1911... Mrs.'. Owens and Miss Bowers :j.j aiiu uiisi iiuphold the affirmative, '.vhile. Mr..Cas- The' officers of ths Auxiliary -for the isuing year are: .President. 3Irs. j'-.vadden and Mr. Shantz will have the. V. vice-president, Mrs. it i ii negative side- A. Sinusson secretary-treasurer, i Thc debates .held by this Society j' Sirs. G. .E-'-Hotson. 'are usually very interesting and Missj-' The members of the committee- ap- 1 Podgcr, thc Vice-President of thK 'pointed to visit ihr. sick; arc Mcs- i Missionary Committee has chosen her ylsmcs Wellington, debaters wiih the view of making this 3nvd and Roy. debate the most interesting yet. The weather nvay be cold, but thp. warmth of the argument will raise English Fish and Chipped Potatoei In .basement ol old. Candy Kitchen. Give tjs a call, next to the "East ei-n. To 1 7 look as good as new. The Welcome Coran'Ittee is compos- sd'or Mesdamps Depew. Carver .vine, r-'Hotsoa, 'Pjicl-fer, jtlfe thermometer-oa Monday night in "Simpson, i Wesley League rooms. A very and P.afton-Caaning... invitation is extended, to al-l- j Nearly one hundred members of the I "Don't enioyed tin: drc-ss rtance given. in thn of Pythias hall last evening. i The hostesses for the evening were: ;AJesdamcs Prince, Gay and McCatn- bly, and Miss.Steadraaa kimily super- intended the making, coffee and refreshments served at half Will Make Hair Every up-to-date woman have radiant hair. v- -i There are.thousands-of J narsh, faded, I do not try to improve it. !-'-v j In England and Paris women I pride in having beautiful Canadian woman can have- luatroua and luxuriant hair by using .SALVIA; the great American Ton- ic. The Alberta Druj and BaUk Co; a large bottlb" for" "50 ctnti, and HIP delicious clw'-riI1S the in front I guarantees it to banian DanJraff, tiic Delicious Qf and art An onloolcec would have hern joining blocks, of the thick ccat of ice thflt CQvers tliem Another gang is Ibeu-ilnerpd with the scene, which was at work plimpins the i both festive and To see Me- Basements of the Conybeare block and 'phistodclcs dancing a daiatv and t3ie Chinese laundrvman IB Pretty well tied up onri in our inow. aiul further negotiations will pro- would snfTer Ihably be laid over until thc G. N. fe B; ters- The latter te a pal of La chances Therefore, when wo assure you that if your hair, is beginning to unnat- urally fall' out or if you have any scalp trouble. Rexall "S3" Hair Tonic Ty-ill promptly- eradicate dandruff, stimulate liair growth and prevent ficisls have matters straightened out again. LOCAL BUDGET Thomas Evans, of the Herald, has prem.itiirc baldness, you may rest, as- returned from a three weeks' visit lo sured -that we know what we are. j1lis llonic in st. Thomas, Onl. talking about. TCII teamsters, -working Tor A. E. Rexail Tonic is vastly j different from similar prepara- tions. We believe it will do more i minc- have fitnick, rcfuang than tinp other hucoan agency toward jaccept a redaction in wages, restoring hair growth and hnlr health. At. thc annual meeting of St. Cyp- Tt is not greasy and will not pirn Church, held in the chqrch ves- scalp or hair or cause permanent try on Wedr.esdav evening last, the slain. It is as pleasant to use as cold of thc rectort Rcv w v> Mc. was increasetl by per as presented and approved of sent to the barracks a ago by Police Magistrate Ball on a vagrancy charge. The city police have turned the case over to the Mounted Police.. DANGERS OF BLOOD-PO1S1NING. The. best and simplest way of insur- ing against blo'od-poising is to apply Zam-Buk to a cut, b.nrn, cold sore or: any open -wound or diseased part as j soon as sustained. Of all the myriad forms of germs; which set up blood-poisining not one I has yet been Zam-Ruk. A found that can live in thin layer of Zara-Bukl it on bur positive pwtraatcc thai your year jiioney will be cheoi fully refunded as extremely satisfactory. witho.ut question or quibble if it nor we claim. Certainly we; CHALLENGE TO CURLERS can offer no stronger nnsiinienl. It A rick is comes in two sixes, nriots SO cenis and 51.00. -Jlemember you can obtain 't only at our Store. D. Higinbotbam Co., tL-'OCiJ-l over a wound or acts'Sn Tt prevents all harm coming into the] wound or sore from the topside. On the underside it stimulates the cells to renewed activity, provides just the tissus-buildinz zsutsrifU ed by causing the blood to deposit this willing ro plav anv awo and taus brings aoout rapid healing. Apply H to that cold- at three team on Saturday aitern-joi. those chapped hands, that frost o'ciocK; losers to a sack ofjbite eczema. Sold at SOc. hoz HO'.ir to G. W. Robin-jan stores or dniggtsta. or free ton, jirocu Zaca-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. IRISH LINEN STORE 3rd Avenue- (Redpath Xcxi to Tilney Milliner It is never too late to mend but some- times it is too late to buy. 80 come earlv. of the burned building itself, the lat- ter having to be emptied, as the water giving glances at the would runs from it back to the basement of he Jack'.Johnson, rather an un- the former. riisua' sight. There were girls from! Gr.ests and people living in the ho- every land and elation of liie, Queens tel. and' 'whu thought, they had lost with everything wh.it they-stood up.-in. and Western girls, Red Rid- bcen to thc Miss tiiy of their belongings, particula'rly aeroplane boy who .represented irom thc roar rooms of -tie second failing hair and itching scalp im flays, or money COTARAS BROS. ARE ENTERING me floods, and ranchmen, and giving r.evrs to 5and waere most of the damage was bridge The Ace" of Hearts from Wat6r nncl and thc.'Quocn-o! Dlamjonds were seon i _______________ together a crrat doal. anil thc school The Pulp Paper Corn- Cotaras Bros, wish the Herald to contradict [or taem the report of {hc'.c dispute oyer