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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITPRIDGE DAILY HERALD. I I JT i Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, Plume Direct fi'oni Hie Empire Tliesilre. Pantage's Great Acts Thursday and Friday, January 19 and 20 ON 'FRIDAY SIX Comedians. THE Jugglers. THE RICCI'S SAXOPHONE Musical aci. MR. AND MRS. HAP Artists. HARRY Artist And other high class Features 75c, 50c, 35c FRIDAY 25c Gallery 25c Children 10c INDIGESTION GOES IN FIVE MINUTES BREEZY BUNCH OF NEWS FROM COUTTS in any manner satisfactory to the I pie of ihe county. During the lull in business at thn ________ j.Mrs. Harry K. wife of the firm's jhead. is engaged in auditing the Coutts, Alta., Jan. second t accounts Of thc establishment, made annual meeting of the Swcci Grass trip to Great Falls last week Cemetery Association was held Mon-jf0r a three-day visit, nav. .Jan. 9. with Presided Heartburn, and Other Stomach Misery Vanish If what you Uisf ate is souring oa your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch j Gas and Eructate sour, undigested food, or have a, feeling of Dizziness. 11 CAM burn, Fullness, Nausea, Bad taste in mouth and stomach is Indigestion. i A full case of 1'ape's Diapepsin costs iouly "tO cents and will thoroughly cure Jvour oui-of-order stomach, ami leave sufficient around the house in case [some one else in the family may suf- fer from stomach trouble or Indiges- tion. Ask your pharmacist to show you e jilajiuy p'.mted on SO cent cases, (hen you will under- stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must so. ;ind why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or Indigestion in five minutes. Diapepsiu is harmless and tastes like candy, though each dose contains power suf- ticient to digest and prepare for as- similation iuco the blood all ihe food you eat; besides, it makes you go to the tabla a healthy appetite; but, what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and Intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver "pills for Biiliousness or Con-, stipation. This city will have many Diapepsin FOR AUTO, D. LKIMBALL BOUNCER. RUSSEL DUDLEY The Leaders in Two Branches of the Contest-- Athlete Kirnball and Kiiskll Dudley Were the Only "Limelight" Voters Yesterday-Medicine Hat Good Field for Some' Candidate The changes iu the stand- ing of the will be made on the usual Thursday u-eek. Next Monday being the last, day of the contest, even ihe names of the candidates will be published. Candidates who wish to do so, have only two more days to "electrify" their friends by voting "up.V u may pay to show some of your strength. Winnie Sellens votes a small bunch. In the main contest in the city .N'orman is the lone and only certificate voter, and by her. votes gets back into second place in her district. Miss Kathleen Karrell' and .Miss bmily Miller make about equal gains. 4, District 1 in the city and District :i .f jln the country didn't "budse" a single 4. [vote today. Just, how many votes the in these two districts add- reserves would make in- 0111 for a. or Hat tir- ed to thefi terestiujur 'reading. Dumper vote on Thursday maybe on both of these days. The Hat Open Territory Alter remaining stationary for Wben the contest was announced week or so, D. L. Kimball, foot candidate from .Medicine Hat seem xno iiiauy Liiapepsin is OL tne circulation zone cranks, as some people will call the Herald. But Mr. Kimball is but you will be cranky about this not alone iu this "spreading out" lusi- and wrestler, sprints into the lead of [ed be the universal favorite for ihe the contest with over votes to the good. To gel a vote of it is safe co say .that Mr. Kimball has long since exhausted the resources of O'rassy take and is spreading out over other parts of the. circulation iu tlif. chair, mectiug to fence It was decided Su] Miss Della Drake- who has 5n ihe present th? International Cafe j- a ha scnt in her acre, tract of land with a substantial... harb-wire and to enclose thc and will soon return to iivr-acro tract which is alrcadr at Alta' ted with a woven wire fence. The ex- 1 palrons Ulli came to '.ptTises of the association splendid stomach prc-paratiou, too, ii i you ever try a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach mis- ery. Get some now, ibis minute, and for- ever rid yourself of Stomach Trouble and Indisesuon. has a Jligh 'or Drake's} cheerful nature and impeschable char- iot the past year by members of tliq body, but, from now. on, it is to scl! thc lots and use the money thus acquired to meet the run- i. As the cemetery site J' is onymsurvcyei! "land, full title has 'I''.not acquired to it the as- sociation.: but'-the federal government iaiy under the treatment there and ex- f" has been petitioned to set apart thc I pacts "to return soon to resume his I- isolated -tO acres for that purpose un- work here, which is BQV.- in. the. hands SHORT OF COAL ATCLARESHOLM dcr a special act.. ii officers of the association are president .1. Xich- vice-president; and F. Gerry, j.. sccrctary-trrasurrv. The board of is- composed 'of T. 0- -Fohn- C. F." Xorris, T. A. Vandervort, Word lately received from Dcputr Collector of C. F. Mobcrlv ot the Sweet Grass who is novr at the Alhambra hot springs jo: Mon- tana states that he is improving; rap-! Jan. even 1 ins as Mr. G. .Malcolm and family were retiring they heard a com- motion outside and soon discovered tnat a party of the neighbors friends had arrived and bent on merrymaking. So Mr. Malcolm put v'- Mounted Inspector, Clark Collins. Corporal Ironsides, ot thr Mounted Police service, was here from his s la- in a chunk of coal and all hands c; F; C. Cautbers, G. H. I_: McMillan, W. F. Gerry, Clark CoIJins ;ahd P. .1. Nichols. The organisation :was effected a. year ago. A meeting of the citizens of Sweet Grass was called for Wednes- 11 in, for the purpose of forming'a commercial club, but the. .severeTcold weather prevented a. rep- garnerins; and the.time for 'the next meeting'is not yet set. --Notice has just been posted to the I died that Reverend II. tf tion at Writir.g-On-the-Stone, twcaiv milcs east, last week, and reports "conditions oa his divi- sion arc no less severe than in Coutts. .Division Superintendent C. 0. .lenks, of the Great Northern Rail- road, with headquarters in Great Kails, was in..Sweet Grass, Jan. General Roadmasicr Hess accorapiu- ied him. Supt. Kevin, ot the A. R. I. was here from ilso on official business, on the following day. Constable Sims, on the Coutts divi- ness. .Many of the other candidates aave secured thousands of in otner towns "and localities oiuor than tne ones from which their names are auto. Alas! how many times miss their guess. The Hat candidate has petered out entirely and the great gas town is open to any live candidate who wants to take. a try at it. Who wants to go? Five More Days Five more working days of the con- test. Do you think you have enough votes to laud the prize of your choice? You are the sole judge in this mat- ter. entered. It is very evident that trains running on schedule time from wesi, otherwise Russell Dudley could j peg on when "MI- not nave been able to get his th? The McLaugMin-Buick Car "997 perfect points put of a possible lOOO'-was tne record set up at establishing the fact do McLaughlin-Buick vnro J- Cline won the great Oldsmobile througu for. today's standing, trophy, thereby and thus "top" the. other boys and j tnat not only" sms. A scpre of in the nonyicars excel all others in power and cmision is a mightyu good showing, speed, but when it comes down to a out ic is hkely there will be a gruelling contest where everv raore see-saws before, the week-ends, j nut. bolt and connection, on all parts Juet. who will win Bouncer is as the car. of even- description Is ex- of a mysterj- as when the voting ;be- j amlnsd at the close of the rontest by gan. Sw kiddies want him, and five {a strictly impartial technical commit- oi the kiddies are going to make they are found 'to stand up better sixth kiddie "numb some" l increased Craig 18.000, and good to her as ever. to win out. j tUan any other make of car re-ard- her. score j-iesjr of price." looks -about as K Somebody win win the Heralds Mc- Laughlln-Buick car-and there are Episcopal minister of Lethbridgc, will he here on Saturday, January 2S, to V give; a tecttire illustrated by lantern .slides, on the same, .-rvening at- the Mbuntrd 1'olice barracks of Coults. ITe will also deliver a sern-on at thc samp, place on the- following day, Jan. 29tli, Rev. Mowat was here Sunday, v? '-fan. 5th. Services were held on the. morning of the same clay at the Cath- g olic church. The Methodist tion announce that there is to other regular minister installed in turnsd loose to enjoy themselves. Miss Gertie Malcolm rendered some line music from the pizao. She is, a j pupil of Moftat who is master in the Presbyterian church, and his pupils all speak" highly pi him. A large number of the came to town Saturday after coal, only to find the local coal shed'empty. "i'Dis is a bad state of affairs and is also a very common occurrence. Oui local dealers should aim to keep a supply on hand at all times. Colin Tillotson hitched up his big tour-horse team to the bob sleigh Sat- urday and took the married ladiei all out for a ride, which was a treat of the North West Mounted Po-'lor w'e very'seldom have good sleigh- lice service, came back Wednesday to'ins here- assume his duties here after a short j Tne debate on ihe benefits of the illness in ihe Lethbridee. hospital. jFound Ia-R' at the ..Mountain' peak. Douglas Winn, son of .Station Agent Pcnoolhouse Friday was rather mixed K. W. Winn, left Soon aftPr Christ-1 but j- was finally was not so Alice Sparks slyly slips past Agnes {only a few more days to put the finish- Kurr and in that way holds second j Ing touches on the vote you expect to 7.'.- the trick. Place. VICTORY THETMMSTERS No Preference to Be Shown Contractors-All Must Pay License The licensed team owners' troubles are over. to take up freshman work itt tte thc Wss not E0 bad hih school far k nearly E0 good Butte. high school. As far as known j Mr. Winn is the first of Sweet Grass' to go away for higher school advantages than can be obtain- ed here. With thr way Thus htoken, it will be only a matter of time until others from here will be inspired with the samr ambition. Thc best wishes Sweet Grass early in the spring, r nr of the town and country should COUld be- The union A communication was rcceivpd from the secretary of the- Team Owners' Association last night at the city SEND DEPUTATION TO EDMONTON u- F- A. elected Leonard Hnlgren as a year, to the annual convention'to bej Tilley moved that the tield at Calgary on the 17, IS and ISth tnst. Will See Provincial Health Officer About Sewage Disposal The city council last night decided to send City Engineer Arnold and Aid. Oliver to Hdmonlon .to confer with Provincial Health Officer Owens CQimci! meeting asking if the city was "Racing-acceptance of T. Aini Mur- j ray's plans for a sewage disposal 'plant and failing to obtain salisfac- tion irtnn him. insirut-trd them to ap- STANDINalDAES Votes WIN Be Added for Thursday's Issue of THt 5-pastenoer McLaughlin-Buick Touring Car. -V. S SECOND-European tour, taking In Coronation of Kin'fl G.orfle, i'li Building Lot. DISTRICT trip or 1> DISTRICT 2-Fir.t-Vacati.n irip or ..cond-t25. DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT 4-Flrtt-Vacatlon trip or DIVISION A. At Eeait one of grand prizes go to thli District No., All that -part of the City of RevenUi to c v to clt> to I'ourth to St., south At least two of, the prlzen go .to this district. .'MRS.A.S.HUMPHRIES, Tenth St. ,nd 2nd Ave 304 CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth Ave. MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Ave. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 St HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrancc District No. thac pan or u-e city of and west of the above boundary. At least two of the prizes go '.b this district' MISS OLIVE DA VIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South....... 376070 MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South........ MiSS AGNES DOWSETT, 907 Seventh Ave. South MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. DIVISION B. At least one of the grand prizes go to thli dJvlilon. Dlitrict No, 3-IncludeB all tovns la Southern Alberta and Et.Uri Brl- two of the prizes go to thf. D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta........ MISS EDITH HARKER, Cardston. Alta. GEORGE E. PELLETIER, Plncher MISS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank. Alta .MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod. Alta JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer. B. C. District No. 4-lncludes all towns m Southern Alberta aiid tiBh Columbia, under population. At least two of the prices district. D. L. 447 16775 to to this ADAMS- STANLEY W. WELCH, Barons, Alta. MISS LILLIE MAYTIERNEY, SHETLAND PONY o'lVISION A separate contest for boys auc girls under 15' years o'i iiee RUSS2LL Fernie, B.' C ALICE SPARKS, Raymond. Alta.'-.'. AGNES KERR, Fo'urieehth WALTER PA _K5Rf- Gratsy "PEGGIE CRAIG. 1252 Fourin-Ave 'North WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. "...........SJ'JS JENNY McNULTY. 418 Wilson Stl ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtln-c: 3i..-. r NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St JAMES N'iSBET, Stafford Village Contest Closes Monday. January 23rd. into con fiealine irfih the Lames Guild luttirp rwjuirt- ihat all f in thr city for hire shall nnv to tho I.icutrr.ant-Govemor-in-1 5 Guild will hold their! the license ns at present required j Coilncil his decision in Friday at the home; bylaw. only a "limited approval" Of I v- the the members will nc vis- 5[ ited by. District Superintendent H of K'alispel from time to time. Dr. Henry Bcauprc, oi Sweet Grass. week's eo with Mr. Winn in his climb for higher education. Thos. Colliton, a homesteader well known in f'outtsT returned last was at West thc home of a brother. returned Friday from in ITcIrna for the the workings of thr slate lepslahtrr j longest stay for a tew days. Hr announces that' thc representatives o; Tcton rounlv there r namely. State Senator Larson and Pvpprf-srntativp .lacobson are in 'favor of thr division of Teton coimtv ,lrc r _____________________ is the rtaugntrr of Clark of thr Maple Leaf Hotel. j David .SWPM and wife of Bert Gin-si, manager oi the Lt-th- hridge Sash and next, meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Amundson. At the school meeting in the Moun- tain Peak district rhe board decided: by a small vote to have bay the text books. Sunday Co took all the young ladies LIFE TO Tin: Letlihriilge, Alta. I wish to Help J .N'ame of'candidate: I address. by paying sub Daijv scnption to -f ro_ The Herald.. Weekly j .years, and Inclose coyer subscription, beginning Votes, if new............ Votes, if old............. Name......... Address State whether by mp.ii or carrier. get the votes on rhc above cash must accom- pany, the order. A-person now. taking The Herald will receive votes, according to the when ma any on subscription, provided the above form is sent to'the contest denn-. ment with the money. V Aid. Oliver enquired whether Ihat U'lans- include thr six or seven iranis decision was thc result of a VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE PRICE-OF THE HERALD CASH, BUTTE WOMAN TAKES HER OWN nd Spends Savings Entrusted to Her Keeping by Her Husband j_ Bntte.' Moor., Jan. Nellie prominent woman of of the First Church By Mali By Carrier i Months J2.QO 4.00 3.CO Aid. Tiller said hr meant his mo'iion !amj whcl! complrlnt, filed with to include teams contracting with Urn i provincial health officer, thr board br.- cir-y. He wanted his motion, mans .lining-this would comply with clear to that rffrcl. liie Provincial Health Act. Alrl. rnnarkfd that the rx- 'explaineii to the ro'in- ermption by th? ciu- n know- TTU._ I takra hv il.n ,B 3 Years __....... 4.50 6 Years..........7.50 1200 -3C2Q EOCO 27COO 15DO 3500 5500 10GCO Of All Descriptions bridge, and laced ihe cold weather iback home at the end of the week. I Mrs. Norman Dickinson and daugh- ;ter. Kathleen Karrc-1! facing her husband with the conscious ness that the several hundred dollars savings which he had placed in her and ao whereof he When b.v llln council; as being a bft- tendering On cement sidewalks he had than spending Sl.70n.fHi or, figured his gravP] al thc rate without knowing whether o: would have to pay licensed teamsters fhc plans'would he turneli down Old COO 4500 13500 I i 750 j 1750! 25COi 5000 j i Ft. arcoinplisiics no Rood. It is a senseless e.istom ".vhich has its lime. The striped suit has not beea Keen for some The prison- ers wenr pray cloths, with no marl; bur the prison Could Not Walk Ten Yards Without Resting. HEAIT WAS TNE CAiSL cxtcniled visit with relatives i Basin country near town, Mont. have been loaned I of from three ;o four! T he church as parj 'housand and an ouisirir firm al-' h The raoney waa to lhe of e curc as par 'wls- of the tntid constructing a proposed in anrt not having; to pay K-'repon ABOLISHED THE LOCK-STEP IN WALLA WALLA PRISON trojblcri wi Spokane. Wash.. Jan. "fraid todnxva edifice. Tn her last desperate ef- j-I. Nichols proprietor Of the Un- fort to Mrg. Elrnherg went tor pritt'5. THE STUART MACHINERY CO., LIMITED (iras, Thr matter of milk scarcity va _ ____ dealt with thr oMFcaltl, utterly "useless and il On Aid. Frayae's without good. C. S. Rcerf. war- weak one of but it was denied. Secretly she pui to end i; all. of the hostelry. The exact nature "of J .0Sh.0 pllrchasef! strychnine, repaired censes for ;eams got the contract the secretary-treasurer was instructor. of tfce 3lai; penilcnUary ine exemption discriminated out thr letters and circulars r at Walla nm f highly of your Heart the show will hr annonncrd C. F. Norris and wife, who arr iad to pay licrnsrs :ratcs- -Some further dip- i Tnethof! the east side of thr ratlroaH nark in .Swccl Crrass. departed thr Hth, for southern spend an cxfrndcri varauon on ihe Butte annex, secured a room and swallowed ihe poipon. But of ail ,this her husband, relatives. -V-. .....i. no-n. j prison lock-step to the obilTion from i which ii came. Since :he beginning- oi.distnmtjon as suggested ;ock.slfcp nas hcen em to all s of a TO about thcfr death and yet -Somr of who arc lefi aJ.so havp a lon.cin.c for morr balmv weather ;han prevails hrrr at pres- ent. mg all day yesterday, last night and was put ?.nd carri.-d a portion of today. Futilely they spent I hours, searching for the missing wo-! man. The police and sheriffs office d. directors of ihe j 1 her reinrn with the body was rtis-1 this afternoon by arcJrtent a rhambermaSd. .Tohnston, senior jsoma. is dead at Sault Ste. jndje of AiJHeaUhs of of tflfi IS tnat lhc Cure ann nini-T OT a more barbarous age, ?re a thing of the past ar. Wall.i. "The atep anii the striped Warden Reed, "have come down ;o us from ihe Why or how tnpy Js now of liulo interesj jbciwsThle anri ;har milkmen's suffices that whatfiTsr may have pcrs as t.o Thr of milk thrr been the reasons which their' handle wonlrl givr sufficient in-j originators. do not hold cood to- ej or formation on poini. day. The lock-step r.crves nn The OnL Roar.1 of Hrahh. It was v't that to carry nut thr Hoard of tafcinjr a- census at the time i is lakori would no? i crc the a violent shock of thc heart become? Ncrvc PiH, or for f 1.75, rcct on receipt i Co., Limit ;