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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta January THE IiETHBlttDGK DAILY IIKRALD KIDNEY TROUBLE JUST VANISHES Few Doses End the Most Severe Backache.and Urinary Misery The lime to-cure kidney trouble is v.'l'lle ii la only it. settles into .Dropsy, Diubetes, Gravel ur Disease. The moment you suspect any jud- bladder or' urinary or feel a constant or dull aching in the luck, aides ur loins or the urine is thick, cloudy, offensive or full of sedi- ment, irregular of passage or uli ended liv a sensation of scalding you should ALLEGED LEADER .WHEAT TO BE OF BAD GANG OH FREE LIST Man Wanted for Perpe- One of the Rumors in trating Frauds in Cobalt Arrested Charles KiU, a fuRimo from jus- Ikv, and hy the Ontario pro- vincial police to'answer a charge of HANGMAN ENTERS ACTION FOR LIBEL the ringleader of the oP- g tiie silver bullion frauds ul Cobalt.' which .attracted considerable taking Pace's Diuretic as-di-! aDout a, year ago, was lasr. reeled, with the knowledge that there ia riy'other medicine, at any rughl.brought into the city uum made tiny where in the world, which! (joints by Constable Simms, of 'the. .Mounted Police, and is lodged at tliu barracks here, where he will remain ei't'ect so thorough and prompt a cure. Panes Liuretiii acts directlv upon kidneys, bladder and urinary oiHci-rs irom loronio.come ior cleanses, vitalizes and regulates hiiii. located and arrested at Hutif'i Montana, u- iew weeks ago bv ilii- .Stales inimigration au- thorities and after having, a bearing at- Helena, Montana, m the course ni sleeplessness or uncontrollable m-ina-1 whit'h lliat he tl" lion (especially ai. .uighU. anil other -States over tho. A. R. A: T. hue, tak- these ducts, organs and glands, end- ing at once such -miserable symptoms j as back, Prostatfc trouble, head- fiche, dizziness, weakness, nervous- nes. rheumatism and darting pains, inflamed or puffy eyelids, irritability, bilious stomach, worn-out feeling, tlistress. be another moment :t hime back or closed, inactive ol-jcmi deponed. Hy arrange and know all danger Jy passed. Your pharmacist, physician, banker or any mercantile agency "will vouch J'or the responsibility Of Pape .Thomp- son Pape, of. Cincinnati, Ohio, wbo prepare PapeV cent by every druggist in tho world. ing a ticket tram Leihbridgc 10 Great Falls about last, he wns arrangement bf-- the Do-. rntniori government, an officer from the mounted police division here wias ai. the boundary yesterday when.' he. was put across; Makes Hair Grow DROPPED DEAD AT CALGARY! Tiio Alberta Drug and Book Co. .jtias aJi invigorator that will grow hair or money Connection With the Reciprocity Treaty Washington, Jan. reclpro city arrangements are nearly complet' ed but t'ne utmost secrecy is being observed as to the nature of the treaty. Wheu the newspapermen ask anyone for any tiiey are refer- red to Secretary of State Knox but uis reply invariably is: "1 would like very much to oblige you, but I could not do-so without a ui'e'4ch of The fact is, we ua re entered into au agreement with Canadians who are here to ob- serve strict secrecy on the whole mat- ter and 'therefore J cannot say any- thing. 1 may tell you, however, that it has been.agreed tliat tho announce- ment shall be mado, not by its per- sonally, but simultaneously .by the governments of the two'countries." Chtis. 31. Pepper says that there is still a mass detail to 50 over. The Canadian members of f.lie conferenr.e considered these yesterday ami there will be a joint session today. The negotiations will probably bo eonclud ed by Saturday. The Canadians are keeping Sir Wil trici .Laurier informed the pro press being made in general but, he lias not received the Pre sident Taft and the other American are .apparently well pleased' with tin progress being'made and seem to b willing to make considerable conccs sloirin order to start closer trade ro lations with Article in a Local Paper Inspires the Issue of a Writ Suit for libel was entered in the Supreme Court this morning by 'tun >arty who acted as excfuiioiier at HAYS MAY BE Tne time to talce care of your Itair is v.-heu you have take care ior.. if your hair is getting thin, graflii- jally falling jO'a't, it cannot be loag "be- I tore the spot appears. The greatest remedy to stop the inair.rrom falling is SAL VIA, the Calgary, Jan. 20.-Engineer WU-iyreai Americaii hair grower, first dis- Murphy, of the fire department.; covered in England. SALVIA fur- rtroppcd dead this morning from huiirL inafies nourishment to the hair roots failure. 'He was an old naval reserve'; and acts so (j'uickly that people'are man. anmod. A large bottle for 50c. President of Grand Trunk Slated for Coronation Honors London, Jan. usual the list of New Year's honors so far as a da- concerned contained SOIV.R !f surprises both in names included and those omitted. As regards the omis- sions, Coronation year v.'ill afford j ample opportunities for the inclusion 1 Known memory tortures- oi'ier names which have been prom nim with the tortures of the iiH-'htiy mentioned such as that of Kn- like the the innermost helll'lolphe Letmeux v.-ho lias trade bis per of "Dante's "Inferno, and after the exe- sor.aliry lelt- during his frequent vis- he hanging 'last 'Saturday of Wasylj ;aobataiv against the owners and! publishers of.. the Lethbridge News. The alleged libel was contained in an article which 'appeared in that journal i-few days ago headed "Wanderer on the Face- of the and which contained; "among others, the follow- ing phrases referring to the plaintiff: 'Earned the money easily nud spent U all on "has left his wife} and child In the city and may never see them "has left for cution sought solace "he drank too "he lived ou cham- pagne until the money was all spcut." "he has gone where he hopes he will never, see anyone who knows what ho uas done." Tiie siateineiit of claim sets forth that by the use of the said words thej defendants referred to the plaintiff and meant, and were understood to mean .that the plaintiff was a profli- gate, a drunkard and an outcast from .society, that he- hud stooped to obtain _ money hi a dishonorable ntanner and j ohier Grand Trunk system will tt -h tad th wilfully deserted bis .wife! longer oc known as "Mr. Presic'eaV ance its here and .wh'o has certainly to his reputation as statesman dur- ing his tour through South Africa. Many, expressions of have been heard in the financial at the 'honors, conferred on the two If-adiag spirits in the Canadian Nor- thern's great- undertakings, though it was scarcely expected that den fc and'the vice-president would re- ceive such distinction simultaneously. It seems unlikely that the head and child. The-'statement, goes on to ?ay that H Is expected that the cabinets o the'two countries will be o the" details of. the proposed treaty: on Friday. A ladeting of tiie joint chi mittee will "be held.then and if 'the he claims damages and the although' his. aversion to titles etl in the davs w.hen in- even- office on reason of the promises the plain-j the G.T.R. found sprigs of nooil- tiff has; been greatly injured in his whose.presence'impeded the whi-vs of progress and who'gave-'place, lo SALE positively ends to- morrow (Saturday) night, when, the door closes at 10 p.m. fit has been a very succsssful sale, but we still have a number of bargains left, which we are anxious to dear: Come and join the throng of satis- fied patrons who daily have visited our store during the sale Only One More Day Left Dry Goods reputation and has been brought into public odium, "ridicule and t.ic young who liaVi, Lethbridge Team-Owner's As- socfatipn. Scale of Charges for No. ner. day, 10. minimum per 1-2' day, 5 liours, minirauni single'hours No. REMOVAL, per load Teams ......7oc per hour .......75c per hour .-.-.-..51.00 per hour ......Si.50 and ,nn No. within limits, south of Ry. track, west of loth Sit. and north of 9th Are...................nOe min'm north of Ry. track and outside above limit..75c personal, to hotels .....................25c each to hotels round trip eacli theatre ..--.35c ,round trip each -.-SCENERY, per load, round trip Xo. to shed, minimum charge.........7uc per ho'ur Xo. from shed and cars, minimum charge. .75c per hour' No. removal, minimum removal Cover minimum) sround floor..25c per crvvt. removal, fover min.) ;ipstairs. .treble rate ea. stovey No. ground floor upstairs.v....... double rates each storey carloads, crated uncrated each No. AND GRAVEL, (minimum, west of 10th St. and north of 7th Are.) wagon-box meas'menr, 5J.2C-iier yard (beyond above limits lo loth Street' couth, same measure per yard (beyond Street South) ...........St.75 per yard (same limits, wall measure) ,...-50c per yard, extra No. from brickyard (within limits, W. of 13th St.--S. and N. of 7th Ave. S.) minimttm............S1J25 per 100U from box cars (within above limits) SI.50 per 1000 pressed, team per hr. 75c, (extra men provided.) 3'Jo per hour each. No. from cars. ar. owner's risk, learns ...Toe per honr No.. CEMENT and other building material, team 7Sc p. hr No. CARS, minimum per oar No. to Nuisance grounds......51.00 per load and .up No. OATS. VEGETABLES, from produce houses, nun- imum. tca.ni3...........................7.1c per hour No. from cars or minimum, teams. No. COAL delivered in (limits south of track. of St. S. and N. of Avo.f S4.2S p. ton (limits N. of track. W. of Iddington Ave.) p. ton ALL COAL delivered in one ton lots, within above limits, per ton extra. ALL COAL outside above limits. 2-V. and ;'0c p. ton extra (All Coal Orders CASH on Delivery.) No. EXCAVATION ,collsrs IPSB than cu. yards. taken out with scrapper ''minimum) cu. yd. Above sized cellar, wagons use (minimum) (iOc; cu. yd. Cellars over 200 cu. yd. xviih srrappers -50c CM. yd. Cellars over 200 cu. yd. with wagons cu. yd. No. HORSE chargo per tiour No. EXTRA MEN provided, each ........30c per The Above Scale of Charges to Take Effect on Keb. Grant 1 Oliver. Vvm. Kast. Wachett, Miliev. C. W. Stevenson- Kdward Kine. .T. P. Sterling. L. F. BonnelL R. J. Pattrrsor. I. a. Reiiiy. Thomrts. proposals are agreeagle to both par- ties the treaty will be signed Canadian delegates will immediately leave for Ottawa arid arrange for the announcement. in parliament. There is a report, that wheat n-Hl tie put on the free list, and eastern millers" are much coucerned.- Ontario Farmers Object Ottawa, Jan. the farmers are not.all represented by rhe views expressed by.-the Grange apparent by the opinions expressed by a delegation of Ontario frirmers, wtio waited on Sir Wilfrid yesterday. The delegation represented unorgan- ized fanners who limners' institutions rather than the protective association.. The chief speakers were David Jaclcson of Grimsby and'J. John ston of Peterbbrb. They said'that per cent, of the ac- corcling to a careful canvas, were in j ravor of the present They claimed, that agricultural inypleme'nts i had never been cheaper than.' they are I at present. In reply the premier said 1 tdat while they formed a iraique de- j legation in. that they were satisfied with the way things were, there were otners who were not satisfied and it would be the duty of 'ilie govern ment to adjust the conflicting inter- ests as far aa possible. Lo-idon Time's Comment London, Jan. Times in ai editorial this morning on reciprocity agreement between "the "United States and Canada, thinks it improbable tua the agreement is of w.V.le scope ori that it deals with questions largely affecting manufac- turing interests because any import- ant changes -ivould open an unlimited field for controversy. Buti since Presitlent Taft has taken much to secure the agreement The Times is of the opinion that it i unimportant and that: how- j ever it may be it is the germ j of much greater things. costs of the ?.ctioii. As a matter of faer, snid one of "Ibrought tht system "to its h'gh stand- is well known. In the legal ..T. world satisfaction .is expressed thai; the plaintiffs -mends to the Herald ,T ,___ ,___'_ ________ this raorning, he has never taken a; Mr. Aylcsworth has been made a MUST GET OUT Vi4 irt HJIU I illIJ-Qf 11W 110 V 1 drink of intoxicating liquor hi his life.! for Clark Westoru CsmoTovi for plamUiT: .lohr.- Hilchio for dPi'Pnd.inr :m 'v.s Perrin; fc Mc-Anlua- for J. Criminal Cases uaurcli il. King Tlio Kinr o iii'Avk. torgcry. Grignon. .forgery. The Kin.-; v? Gallagher ienccs. Kins VK pvn- men wiio were about to embark i i-'ort. Varircuvc-r. in ;Iie employ of Hay ConiiCitiy. of Uic i tniii eaten were, slyly slipped toy some' younc: ladies into the v.-aisicoat pocK- tt.s of tho vour.g men, .ind, theiv arritu! at ihosr destination the men. in their to Unjcr. tiie gardener at Uic For'." ftEX'S LUSTRE ro Recnlar Sale i: LAWX Mo-ner fi- price Ladies' Dresses LADILS1 OXE- PIECE >.i colors i.I.'f Srecii. Reg. Sale SI-CO and You cannot afford to miss this ;