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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta nilDAY, JANUARY 16, 1911 THE LETHBUIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The re is ime To Secure Your Season s Requirements in FLOW JL-J J-J f T Our Closing Out Sale goes merrily along. If you have not checked up and supplied your wants you are missing an opportunity that will not come again for some time. The Quality of the Stock is as Attractive as the Price See us little money will go a long way, ar Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. dw are SUDDEN DEATH PINCHER CREEK and was called to the senate by Sir 13, 1S9B. Senator Cox was a man' ni nnint. disposition, and never paraded his weath. He u-as generous to all wor- i thy causes and was a great [rier.d ol _____ __ in this country. Ir. his I'inchsr Creek, Jan. sudden Ip61itiral lite ho was an ardent Liher- death occurred here this rooming eai- WILL BORROW AT 97 ON SHORT 3] and refused to he stampeded hy A- Sparher, a man in his 5ith AT 4 PER CENT. j Ihe Toronto coterie who opposed >'rar, who has lately been woi-kinj for INTEREST coomort jn LML fflS lieilin, Jan. loan of CilO.Olu) lo he iloated lij- Prussia on January 29, is to take a new form, per cent, treasury warrants. In view ol the lack of success of Rovern- issues made during 1913, it is :o he on better terms, V.cini: t iFSiKd at ninetj-SE-ven and redeem- able at par irom one lo Fixteen years. The loan issued in January inM year was nt 97.90, and that in March at 03 anil these were largely subsrribea. 'The (Jrrman empire has decided to refrain from borrowing at tho present, in view oi the unfavor- able money conditions. Ottawa, Jan. Evening Citi- zen says: "It is understood ibRl the Xotv Brunswick havo proctlcailv agreed upon the redistri- bution of parliamentary scats tor that province. County lines will not he __ _. (t A I AV ilt TV 1 Tl Ti JlPf 1 HIS 1V1CU U11S days ago. He had seemed to be tiis usual health -inti'i yesterday, Khen he complained of hot feeling we''! and doubled with rheumatism. He disturbed but Alberta county will he retired about 3 o'clock this morning Joined to Westmoreland; Victoria to and was sleeping in a room ihe Carielon; nesllgouche to Madawaska rear of the hotel office, and Sunbury tu Ycrk, while Kings the hus driver went in there to and Queens will be united. The net his robes, at ahout a.m., the result will be to eliminate two of the Snfortunale man was (ound to he. sitting Mr. llced of Ottawa, Jan. is staled here, dead. An invsstigalion was conuuclcil liestigouche anil Colonel II. II. Me- tal the three senators (rom Al- by Di. Cor.nor and the police at 2 Lean of Queens and Sunbury. ucrl.-i vri'l he selected from a list em- o'clock this afternoon and an inquest "The only objectfon heard to the bracing the following names William was deemed unnecessary, llr. Connor proposed plan Is the over ropreeenla- Ccorjcson anil Dr. Blow, Calgary derided that death was (iue to heart tton of tho city and county of St Kiehard Seconl, Edmonton (a'lure. Deceased is a member of John, whlrh, with a population of less Grits-bach, Kdnonton John Ilerron, the Oildtcllnws1 fralemity, and they jo.OOO, will continue to be re ex-M.l'., I'inchet CrceV, ar.rt George will proba'ily conduct the funeral, presented by two members, Campbell, Wct.iskiwin. Mrs. J. Mitchell, of lieavet new rWing of Westmoreland, with a MFATIOXKU is a sister, and Mis. !i. Vroom is a considerably Winnipeg, Jan. following niece. He came lo this district- scv- g'n -H- mentioned for the (our eral years apo irom Florida. His cen-' larger populallon, wll 0 from Manitoba K. disposition had made him a er.il favorite anil his loss will be felt hy many. Installation q! oiliccrs o' the Ale-x- v (Continued, t rom Hr.nt 1'agol Itwiter merchant, Winnipeg; jDr. Kthafir.cr, M.I'., lor Souris t- Mayor Illeau, of Rt. Honilace Thom- as Taylor. for Center ipfg: fl. H. Coleman. barrister, ItraS- orTwTdayTvrairiE''la'itT "Thi don Joseph Cornell, treasurer of the is a list of (ifliccrs lor thi Conservative fund, Uratidon, manager ens-ling term' o! fire insurance company. Co., the Toronto Savings and Loan Co., ar.d was a director ol Ilic iliali of Commerce.' lire N'atioli-1 APPROACHING MARRIAGE al 'I rust Co., Canad an General Klec- trie Co., Ihe Unniinion Iron UNNERVED HIM Co., Ihe Toronto Hallway Co., the. Ottawa Street Hallway Co., and the Grand Trunk I'aeilic railway. He was Ncn York, .Ian. Lankford. n vlce-nresldcnt and .iec- also huri-ar" of Victoria of the So-.ithern Hallway, com- Toronto. In religion he was a Mclli- 'nitted suicide loday by pas O'llst and ol the oiitslaudint; lay-.'" his apartments tn lircoklyn. He. i.-icn insofar as wire ton-! "'as soon, lo havn Ijecn married 'a a icrned Me was a Liberal In politics i UrooWvn society girl. "GIN PILLS ARE WOMDERS" Says Prominent Winnipeg Newspaper Man. "Before I Used The Second Box, The Pain Had Left" "Manitoba Tress11 Winnipeg, J.m iSth. 1915 "I think it only right that I should tell you altoiit the I received the lasicoviple of by ming GIN 1 wr.s iTOubled for dvcr tlircc with a piiu in iciy And trild a iiumberof without any Iteiufit. Out of [lie RUr> ttonh'cd the same way an.l he to "V.'iiy ilon't yon me GI.N' I'IM.S? I ustd n box and alulfawl His He Mid "Yon talc this nlbt-r half of Ific nnd jicl anoUitr ud }ri I a p tu iuloim you tliat hcfoic 1 used all of the stcoml boi, I felt all lil ajfain nnrl the left. I cerMMy Ihinfc GIN PIU.S are wouilcrs" JOHN J. CON'KT.IN, DayKrtilor. K you arc frcrii any Icini of J'ciatic.t, sj'y, Kid- ensuing P.-.st F. Lindsay. Xohlc tico. Dick. Vice C. E. Allison. Recording Trowel. Kin. II. 0. Allison. W. Kichards. Cliapla II. K. Dcrrctt. H. Skcad. II. S. S. G.-Mis. 11. Hinlon. S. N. Jas. MonaRtian. U. S V. K. Fowler. S. V. II. O. 1'urkis. H. A. S.-Miss .Simvsnn. I, A. S.-Miss Oiley. I. (l.-Miss N. Henderson. Outside (luird-Mrs. N. McUod. Mrs. J. K. Bhoultz, who has spent Uie last three months at the coast, rcl'jrned on Friday, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Miss Marjarcl Wilson, v.ho met with n motor nccMcnl in Kdmonlon some t'me a-n, Tetuinc'l to hfr home on Morday. As a rrsyit of a severe strain cl hrr bark Miss hivr In rrM Efural months, altel which Ilnvcs to return to Kdn (nn to resiiir.e her training for word! it was worth it .The rr.muficturcrs pat so much gaodnts! into I'.divards' Soup that joa lo boil It (or ha'.f-an-ho-jr in order to bring all Ihli gooJniss out ihe fell flavour of Hie ftcih Irlih (itJ-n-smw iirour, the AnJ VO'J yo-j vulli coclinj tai lc.4 fiirout eT Tit-yDisc.iiecr Bladder T fi a of GIN 1'll.l.Sat d .ilrr's 5oc. a IXJT, 6 for cvfry bos with our p'lannlrc [if or your money pivinplly refnndcil. You CAII tiy them bcfare them. Saiuplc frco %vill he rent if you wri'.c Mational I'mir Oismicfll Co of Canada, limited. Toronto. 258 Mr. arrl Mrs. C. Allan of on Tursday, Jan. l-llh, a Jon.- Joaepl: SI. George, a young clerk of the [Itrka jewelry firra nt Ottawa, sent lo deposit Jl.lOO, has not yccn accn. II 1 fcr Of ill ml To be had from wholesale and tall grocers everywhere. W. H. tatives for Manitoba, 3.i.skatchev and Alberta. ,v 'Irs. Vadnais is After Big Alimony (Contiiued From Ftcat made1, but It was not The temporary dispo lie over a. year ago she asked for accounting of the estate from olydore Vadnaie, who was named as executor by his brother's will, n order was irsiied by Judge Yv'tntcr, ho was then judge of Ihe district iurt 'here, to this effect. The ac- untlng WE: atiEfactory. .lion of the case on November 27, civilized, Christian Americans. The natives wore more clothes and danced more decently than the tangolsts of so-called high society. "Tho dance has degenerated from devotion and diversion lo dissipation and debauchery, "The tango Is popular because it is depraved. H is the 'dance o fdealli' and its step in due limes slides to hell." P. C.'., Jan. 3 man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake by Ilushlng the kidneys eaj'n a well-known authority. Meal us uric acid which excites Hie. kid- neys, they become over worked from the strain, get elUBSisn ncd fall to filler the waste and poisons from thi: blood, then we get sink. Nearly al! rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urinary disorders come from slug, glsh klrtneys. The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your Lack hurts or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sediment. Irregular of- passage or at- tended hy a sensation of scalding, stop meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharm- acy; lake tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast and in s few days your kidneys will act fine This famous salts Is made from tin acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bincil wllh llliiia. and has been usei Cor generations to flush and MImulati Ihe Wfeeys, also to" neutralize thi acids in urine so it no longer cause irritation thus ending bladder ness. .Tad Salts is inexpensive and canno injure; makes a delightful cent lithia-water drinK whlcn everj one should take now and then to kee Uie kidneys clean and active and blood pure, thereby avoiding seriou kidney complications. For sate b J. Hlginbotham Co., Ltd., dru! glste. executor will he a matter for Ihe dent Wilson conferred with Chairman The i'rcsirtcnt learned that there wcr Supreme Court to decide. The casp.' of the house appropria- [precedents for such an appropriate 3 likely to he set down (or trial nexl lions committee torlay annul an ap-ihut will await word Irom the Kmr.fi Mnv. Tho action to have an executor propilation lor tl.e relief of Japawse or oi Japan as to whether help i retiioved Is or.u that comeo lo n law. nffcrers irom tarthauake and famine, desired. about once in a lifetime, and aside from being surrouiidol wllh an air of myslery, It Is of great interest among local legal men. Mrs. Slcord. widow of Ihe late K. V'adnals, who has entered tho action against I'olydoro Vndnals, resides in Iluttc nl tho present time. BE IN HEAL ES1E SUIT Medicine Hat, Altn., Jan. J. V. 1ms won the suit against D. Fitzgerald real estnlo for cancellation of AT ONCE! NOSTRILS OK CATAIIKH G( STOPS DISCHARGE, CLEARS STUFFED HEAD, HEALS INFLAMED' AIR PASSAGES AND YOU BREATHE FREELY. Try "FJy's Cream Halm." Gel a small bottle anyway, j-jst to ry a Hlllc in the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and stopped up air passages of the head will open; you will brealhe freely; dullness and headache disappear, cold. In-head or catarrhal sore throat will he gone. End such misery now! Get Ihe Iovcr a Qimter of a million dollars, small bottle of "Ely's Cream at without cc-sli. drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm dissolves by tho heat of the no trils; penetrates anrt heals tho Inflat c-rl, swollen membrane which lines tl nose, head nr.a throat; clears the a passages; stops nasty discharges ar a feeling of cleansing, soothing relii Immediately.. Don't lay awafco tonlRht stroggilr. for breath, -svlt.il head stuffed; noplri closed, hawking und blowing, Catan or tl cold with 113 running nose, fo- mucous droppln? Into the throat, Rr raw drrnefs is distressing, hut tru' neerliess. Pul your In "Blj Cream lialm" and your cold oi1 arrii will surely J. HI Inootham Co., Ltd., (Irufglsts. ;