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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE EIGHT THE KETHBRIDGB DAILV H KHALI) SATURDAY. JANUARY 21, 1311, WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT A PiiVSiCIAN S ADVICE "Indigestion atid al! 'forms or stoir.acli trouble aro, iiltie' iliaee out of ten. due to acidity: fore storaacli sufferers shou'd. j ever po.-sitte. avoid food il-.-.t U acid itt HP nature, or chemical iu thq storr.iicSi do veloi-s acidity. a uion foods those which are ricii in blcel mid iH'rve building properties. This ii tl'.e reason ach sufferers, ato usualH tV.in. dated s.nJ lacking in lUl vital body. Vor the of ihose ers who have lieon oilised to eichnle i Jrom their diet ail siarciiy. S-.IM: i fatty food, and are trying to up a miserable in pro- ducts. 1 yo-l try a meal of any food or food? wlurii you i snay like. In moderate amount, immediately afterwards a fl bisurated mipnesia in a little j hot or cola niter. This sill reutral-' ize any acid which may be rne.v.-it or may be formed, acd 'cv.eail of tte usual" feeling of uneasiness ar.d fllnest. your will fir.d'that your ioaJ MOUNTED POLICE FOLLOWED FUGITIVE FOR OVER A IN PORTLAND OF A FAMOUS WATERING N. J., it lie recent slornil the wati-ri of ir.p rn-ily scmcwr Louses of the millionaires at this summer respn. Budget From Temple City corrective aud'ar.Ucid known. U j no direct actioir o! the stor.uch; but neutralizing tiie acldiiy of the fco.i a'nd thus 'removing the source ot tte acid irritallon which in- flames the delicate'stomach It does more than could -potllMy ho done by any drug or medicine. As a pli: sician. I believe Iu the use of med- icine whenever necessary, but I nr-sl admit that I cannot the sense o! dosing .au infiameii ir.d irritated itomach wltn instead of getting rid o! tbe cause of ill the trouble. little bis'arated roaj- iiesia'-froEi your'druggist eai 'what jou-want at-your meal aoiae'of-thR aisurafed'tnagneaia as retled above, and see if I'm. :'0t TOTAL ASOUT MILLION DOLLARS Canlston. Jin. M. Stoddard was called suddenly to the bedsijo of her ia'.iehier in '-Montana last week. Mrs. Goorse'SSOddard is curiously ill there. -Mrs. Steddard s Mifs Iry Leavltl or Leavlit. and r friends are anxious to hear of her .Tried-To Stop Drinking Failed..-'. Beciuse be hai ntver tried tlie Neal TrSatrasnt-. The man take? the xeali Treateeal .does stop te- canEc-tiie alcoholic poison has. been his system, tosstijer witli all E.ppeUle or'dwire for alco- L-oliS .siimulmls- The Neil Treat ment.-'cahslEts oi a purely vej remedy taken hynoder inic In'iections being employed and n't bid 'after effects are experienced Three 'days Is all the time require: and .the patient leavea the institut wih a'loatiing Instead of a desire for intovicantE of any kind.' Th Ncal Institute restores tbe drinking irin to rerfect physical condition, a'en'es steady and brain clear. Tall, phone or write for full ititor- JNEAL INSTITUTE Avenue W., Caljary, Phone W. 4523 .lea. revenue for tie first liine ol tie financial jear. showed a tet Increase of nearly A Treasury return gives the eisct amount as The revenue for tbe period nrcouuted to 1.2S1.057. as compared with 17.i70'for the sanie reriod In IS1-, nd the revenue for the third quarter o as '.vith 7J.OJ5 for the. Ihird quarter ?li. z net increase of Kor lie last 'quarter toe moft not increases Kiclae. ,jf, estate! etc., duties. postal sen Ice, and tole- ihoae wrrice. The largest decrease i; ra property' and Income tax. including luiwr-tis. For the nine months the chief in- creases fuiioms. .JSI.176.MO; excise. estate, etc.. duties, service. and telephone service, were: property and incomo RHARPE SUCCEEDS CROCKETT 1 OUB-. a, ]tn. Sam Sharpr j Jouth Ontario, haa been chairman ot the pilvate bills COILI- succcfdlog O. S.' (.'rockeu. .Major Sbarpo was. one of Ontario's and on acrpuut of his tlor has tendered bis resignation to Chief Whip John StanBold. wlH Current, Sask., and he is charg- ed with, various offences. Includiug cattle killing and cattle stealing. In January of last year, following a nurnber-cf .complalats from ranchers ajid farmers of the dlitrlcl of depre- dations Mid to been made by Dohlman, tho -Mounted Police got busr and took steps to arrest the 'al- leged torse thief. Dohlman. however, appears to-have beeu on tlie alert, with lie'result that he save the police the slip aud made sood his getaway. But the police ware by no means through with him aud for upwards of a year they havo after their man, the stern chase, practically across the continent, with many a double- to throw the pursuers off the track, cul- nilnatinj hero yesterday wilh his ar- rest, Word was received here toJay thst an officer from the Mounted head- Quarters' In Hegina was being des patched to take Dohlman baclt te Canada as soon as the necessary pre Iminaries necessitated by Internation al law have teen duly complied with REV. T. W. JOLIFFE DEAD Toronto, Jan. Hev. T. Jol- iffe, of Itowmnnvllle. died here, .vi-sler- day, aged seventy-one. Jol- Iffe. Wesley Coileje. Wlnulnrc, is son. Rev. Mr. Jollffo was a [iast grand master of the l.O.O.l'., nud pre- sident ot tbe Uonniauvifle Canadian club. to Mi-ing out In I) Vou aecuro thei here and ail arraugcui be made for their fo b tickets '.vill wardlug THE DONALDSON LINE Kor Information, etc.. apply to uuy steamship or rail- way agent, or H. E. LlDMAN, General Ager.t 349 Main. Street, 'Winnipeg TO EXPLOIT GAS FIELDS Edmonton, Jan. by tho sapport of 500 members of the Ed monUra Ad club today, a move made at the club's luncheon to c: plolt the Vegrevllle gas fields by prl rate subscriptions. C. F. P. CONYnBARK. K. 0., President. J. 51. A1TKEN, Ksq. Vice-President DIRECTORS: Jolm Home, II. W. Church, KSQ.. Dr. J. S. Sttwurt, M.P.P. W, S. Ilall, Esri., Dr. W. S. Galbralth, J. D. lllginbotliam. Kit. G. II. Mluer, C. R. llowman, Smith, Ivsq, Trust Companies Are organized to lake the place of the individual In the handling of estates of alt kinds, and Iu piace of I'ROBIJJMATICAL fcood mamjenipnt In tb'o case of individual service. Trust Company ser- Vl'co guarantees careful and efllclent management ot teds, papers, and all matters kindred to the business of handling estates. You also hive the benefit of til o business exiwilenco of the board o! directors.In place of individual business experience, which may be NIL. Therefore avail yourself of tie, services of tho The British Canadian Trust Company A Progreiiive Home Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBFUDGE, ALTA, ROY KELLY'S BOOK'IS OUT Book Which Deals Wllfi the Hiitory of Ranching in-Alberta. Ihe' following proumtetit old tlniers and cattle men: Cal- gary; B. and Robert Pat- terson, JI.KP..' George Lane, A; f.'Safns'fa.'-C. McMtll-' Hon. 51. South Alberta Cold Storage Limited Capital Stock Solicitorr-C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C. Bank-Union Bank of Canada One o! the most Interenins literary S 'he'5 S 1 (Jochrane: Frank ..Ricks, lam Toronto, and is now on sale at .the book stores. "The Range Men" Is a comprehen- sive and. authentic story of the ranch- ers and Indians of Alberta. Start- ing back in the early days when buf- falo and Indians were the only ni- of the vast Alberta prairie, Mr. Kelly.has skllfuliy followed the evolution o! the rar.chlcg Industry with all its fascinations, down to tho present day. wher- it Is rapidly- being superceded by the farming Industry. After roach travelling Into all parts pi the country, and assisted by some .J..D. McGregor, Brandon; Duncan S. John Herron, ex-M.P., Pincher Creek; W. K. Parker. Macleod: W. T. Cochrane, Nelson, B. C..: J. S. Dennis, .Canad- ian Pacific railway' Dr. J. G.'Ruther- ford, Calcarj-; ftufus A. Wlndormere, B. Tom Wilson, JUST TRUST MEASURE Washington. jion'a to congress, c'jsgeitin? lefrlslalion Bupp'.tmental to tlie Shermen law, bore Its first fruit when a hill to create an Inter- state trade commission v.'as intro- duced in the l.O'.iee. or o: Biairmorc; Mr. Taylor, of Pincher ar.fi quite a few from 'Summerview. Tr.e county tr.ettitig will be held .lid. All m.raberi ate cordially invit- ed. Mrs. W, P.obiriF-on has teturr.ed irom Caieary hospital much iinprov- jed in health, which'we are all pleased [to hear. Miss Maud Johnson Epcr.t the wee-a- in't'owljf. o! the most urcmlnenl ploneera and cattle men, Mr. Kelly has very ably interwoven blr ftory with hundreds o( anecdotes tf the early days that are at the same time amusing, pa- Safe and Sound A Long Felt Want Callable Management Success Assured IxK-al Men and Money TO MARKET EGGS Regina, Jan. co-operative as- s'cclatldn embracing poultry raisers of several towns'to 'Saskatchewan' is'be- Inj market eggs, profitably by standardizing tbe quality. The.goV- ernine'nt Is assisting In the organiza- tion: P-.D. D, Opens New Era ii in are aj tr.e same ,-Thos. 1.- Robinson, ol I.istowel, the'.ic arid InslrjcUve. Scarcely an piorninent in Methodist church-work, old timer ever existed who does'not is aged figure In some way in the making of I Alberta history and ttje author has j nol overlooked iiim. He boa a place j either in photograph, anecdote or achievement of tome sort In the cnak- ing of Ihe most complete work of Its kind ever written concerning the j.rovinco and its one time chief, in- j Oustry. j "The Kanse Men" Is a hook of over i MO rages Including ahout half a hun- j Mr. Corns' of was Io almoBt every hosr.'ltal and prno! o g, tio-jncl In cloth. It can optncd ai almost any ptse and read with In j al almost any ptse and read with In- seiit for a dollar bottle also a