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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlutrsdiiy, January 20. IDI.I. THE DAILY HERALD re 7. NO MORE DISTRESS FROM THE STOMACH No Dyspepsia, Gas, Heart- 'burn or indigestion Five Minutes Later Every family horo ought to- keep fomo iu tlie house, as any ono of you nmy have an attack of in digestion or Stomach trouble at any time, day or ntehi. ThiH harmloss will dl- Kest 'Viythiiift you eat and overcome a o.ut-of-orddr stomach fivo uilmsui; attcnvard. If your meals don't tempt you, or wiiat liak' you act-ins to fill you or lays llko a lump of lead hi your stomach, or If you have heartburn, that is it sign of Ask your I'hurr.Ki'-'ist for a 50-ceru caso of Pane's and take a Hula Juat as soon ue yo.u cnu. There bo no your rlsingc. no belching of, undigested food mixed .with acid. no Htormich KUH or heartburn, fullness or heavy In the stomach, Nau- sea, Debilitating Headaches, IiHestinaJ griping. 'This will sill 36 boaldes, ihero will bo no sour'food left over In the stomach to polsou your broalh -with nauicous odors. Papa's DwiwpBln la a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because it prevents fermanUliorr and takos hold of your food and digests it just-the as If your stomach wasn't- there. HclM in five minutes from al! stom- misery at nuy drug store, wall- iuK for sou. largo cases contain ivjore thau sufficient to cure almost iuiy chronic more 'about it. Miss Raymond's, brother cvjdenth has slaved Montana, for he wu not with her. She left for Calgan this afu-rnoon in .company with Mr. Chandler, who came down hen vi-su-rdav lo meet..her. OF GREAT FALLS 'i'lit} mayor ol-Great Kalis issued the rojjowing public notice to citizens: Oince of the Mayor, ciiy or Great Kails, January 25, DEPUTY MADE REPLIES TO CHARGES a lest case. After hearing the under irtejauiipjces 01 the oi videuce and the. arguments commerce, the ot Leihbridge, rate Ball reserved his decision utilii.! Aiuerm, to Ltifc-.uuinber of 70 or morej-C I ilonday.- The that Will visit during Friday, tnej najntuiamg a laundry in that part -Vtji by special train at the city proscribed by bylaw. :iaimv t eight in tno morning, and remaining y, south of the north sidu of untu Jate tnat and street, east of the si'lfc of! i therefore ask the inismess and pro- Smith street, and south of Barom-ss 1 lesaionaj men of the city to turn out and receive cur jjuests graciously and to help in their entertainment during- clay, to. the end ttiat the v.vil Known hospitality of this city may be; 100! Trustees Discuss Consolidated School Question 'load, in which laundries cannot and in which" existing laundries to have been discphljn- ii'il' afU-r UK.-.' ;iist last. Jolii'i Bl- anco, city sauila'cy inspector, i-.vidoncc that he had notified t'cuT.d- ant- hoili through the mail .ir.il in person, that lie must (loscontiaiio liib laundry. Secretary-Treasurer Roiiinson certified that the eouy of city bylaw used was and- Sam.' Lee and Chief -Js a Dig modern sixteen PERFUMED MADEINCAXADA lll-ADV L'KII IN ANV OU (j. K. .MlicPUV, .Mayor. Excursion Notes 'I lie' three coaches wiiicJi will con- vey the iioard'oi Trade excursion to Great Kalis toiiight are the Selkirk, '-'ROia the Formosa! The GALL4GHER WAS FOUND GUILTY swore that tiie man in the dock really and truly Hop Chong, prolifi- c-tor of th'c laundry in question. Church, of Conyhcare, Church and ilacArthur, represented the citv .ai'd E. C. IiScKenzie represented i [05') Chong. In his arguments for hi1 fence, tiieJatter maintained that the i was incorrectly worded .viil-J that Hop Cheng's laundry was not :n-j-tUe portion of the- city in which wording of the bylaw set forth..laun- dries could not be maintained. section coach and ifce.two laiter have rourteen and twelve sections respect- ively and drawing rooms. Joan Torr'ance and c. K. Dyce, contest manager, will represent the Jau. morning session or the convention of School! Trustees was occupied with resolutions pertaining to the topics' inuer discussion the previous day and; Dy addresses by Hon. C. K, .Mitchell, Minister of Kducailon, and JJ. S. Mac- deputy minister of education. The ,iion. Minister confined himseit 6 a few sentences of The deputy minister however Had some- thing to say In response to the charges that the .department had Ignored the recommsndations of previous conven- tions and criticized the expression that tiie action oi Vhe'depart'ment' was det-1 nmental to'the interests of .the! to E .W.GI LLETT CO. LTD.TORONTO.ONT Secretary 'J. has pur- ail They CHU Ue pro- cufed from" him at the depot or on PLEASED WITH OVERSEAS CLUB R. X. .Jackson; Canadian travelling representative of Harmsworths, with hpadqtiarictK Toronto, was in the r-ty yrs'-errfay ip. the interest of the various Harmxsrortli pnhlioation.s. in- the London Daily Mail. Over- sras Kditjou anil ov Abr Overseas Hub. Mr. Jnckso.n was mfgluily dis- nppo intuit at leajrnWgttUat. he just by n few hours thr big sniok- by ihr Overseas Cltib here on Tuesday rvcning. HP says the titib is boonitnp mi.chtilr all OTIT there bcioi; in the Dominion Jtlrr.iiiv jnocr than a hunrircd ant) fif- ty branches. Another feature ol the club'fc the nwnbrr of branch aprinzing up in foreign countries, partirtilarly thf United Slatw. Thr Club la'jjichfd recently as laKt, ar.rt already ha'; over twelve-. iiieiiihcrs in all parts .cf ihr worM. Many people, said Mr. Jack sou' to the Herald, to be laboring under idea that the Overseas Club is 'for Englishmen oaly. It is no such in any sense of the word. It- is James G.allagher, Uie young Grassy man who has bean considerably )u the lime ligbt. since, iasc summer, owiug to his finance'' duals, was this morning found guilty by tils Honor Judge Winter of ob- taining a sum of money from Gus by raise pretences. 'Sentence was reserved. 'tjyiclonce was given by Gus .Vefdlg who said accused induced mm to endorse for him on tne plea taat he had-money in the oauk to meet; H. Bone, teller of the umou Hank at Graasy Lake, who tes- tined as to the state of accused's bank account at the time and prior to the time that the cheque question was dishonored, flaintilt _on his own. denied that he had said he bad money in .the bank', nut that" he haci said, he had a. private account. John K. Palmer, who defended, moved that tne crown had failed to prove the allegations. Judge however that he had no course'but to rind the accused guilty. -This afternoon Gallagher is stand ing his the charge of horse stealing. TO INVESTIGATE THE TERMINAL ELEVATORS Ottawa. Jan. motion of Mar tin (Regina) the House discussed the matter oi invesilgatins the eonmtions existing at tlie terminal elevatorb CLEARINGS FOR PAST WEEK The train., leaves at sharp and win arrive in Ureut .FaUs iibout eiglit o'clock tomorrow morning. Great Ka'lls Chamber of Com 1-merce has appropriated for thy reatert'a'inirient of.the visitors. Au auto-trip" around the ciiy is-the ilrsL'order ;on the-programme t'omor row- morning." will he served ai nooi mayor will th visitors. TJic Lethbriclgc clearing house re- urns for thcA'.'cck ending today show i slight-decrease over iho figures' of ast' but-' an inereasi; over llie SEVENTY ONE FOR THE TRIP 'course, there would be no !of thfir being published. :.-'y '-yj. i- Those present at the meeting Thr- council of ths- Board of Iia'l very little business io discuss, a! llurir weekly t was el a number of buttoii- beth.' Tillpy and ORSBY TOWN, WON '.and game Qroydpn Common Orsby To tSe schools throughout the province. For'hole Union Jacks 10 on lack'of ruims' and'complete organiza-j (hV-at Fulls trip'and also' io" won by S to 1 on.tbejr tion the Falling. Hair ly of crackc-rs aiul dKl-se in train should gf; stalled -on way. .Secretary McXicol, reported i' that bought tickets I Mrs, Jas. Harris, of t toe goyej'nmcut had not iucreas- {y .eays: the i'unclB "at'ihe disposal of tae "l bave Parieian Reginald Jackson, who is an tee best and bair 'ai li.sii nev.'spapcrnian', ai the 'request, of; dressing .1 have ever v.My_ UK- Hoard, discusset: wjih the "sad "Dee0 out in cofebr matter of newspaper puolicuy and" tain. He assured the Board, liat, the w" alwray-. ifiandruff. 1 lisve used two Brhish do not eivp pnb- iicit thai TO carry MAYOR FAVORS Igurcs oi the week previous. The fig-' IINIFORM SYSTEM urcs for-this Friday Saturday Monday'.....: Tuesday kVcdnesuay Thursday.-.- G.l-J Mayor one of. the mayors in Western Canada who- is out and out !h favor or some being taken many toticiflatfed experiments; had. to go the ooavci, but it was naraiy fmv'to the govern- ment BO severely.- iie cpiild uol sub- mit figures in refutation oi the charge tha eel department in 'proportion to the in- crease In. the general revenue, but mentioned that the increase had been 10. neighborhood of and was fiuite a sum'over the proportion- ate, appropriation, "Hie departmc-iii. was the to furnish-writing hooks, Jnit in view of the fact that the whole curriculum j v.'as under revision nothing had vcar. decided. -The request for states nnanclal aid to tlie offices of teudeuts and supervisors of special subjects in-city BChsois-nad not gr; DC.-, intv lor' to' "De" unnecessary- as theEe matters telling ot the coal; gas vftrcfla. the. province of the iruetees oilier resources o'i .this pity, and and tcacUere to regulate.' The British papers are TO j Parisian Sage and it on a newspaper campaign -in -Britain j druH have disappeared or ihrtf' fine and soft and glossy; lie considered ibe Times (cot. be without fine aafr TO use 70 in times the men and man I For vrbsen..nien or'chikiJren u any doubt t 'or the hair. I' CoKsoifdated ScK'cols 'i.ue.reporl-of the committee in con- The figures for'Jast week were fi'28.21, anil the week previous 777.21. .EXPLOSION ON STEAMER san Francisco, Jan. one. of-the boats of the pacific Steamship L'o., is disabled as the re- sult or-a bad explosion in her hold, according; to wireless message recei'v: ed here today. She" is now 25 miles north ot Golden Gate. The Queen carried passengers, a'he wilf p'roh- ably tiu taken' oil by the President, which was rushed the Rid of the nurning vessel. The Ujieen ivas en- is not an Ktie.lUfc nrsar.l-ation, U anil UT want parriotic Cana- niuns, just 35 mtich we ps- :riotir KKgHshniw} or Scotchmen ot "Austrtslians to join. Mr. .Jackson is on his way to on to. having just con-pletod a trip of several months' duration, aoross the continent from Halifax to Vic- toria, call ins ;l! almost every tov.-p. citr on rhr xvav. th rough- wliich Western wheat pp-sses. route from ifandiego to Fugei haourid. particularii- ..with ..regard., to the ad- j i xnixttiro and adulteration of the grain. lianlii tude a loug speech inaiipport R c f cuJross, was of his motion and vras supporteu by McNuit Vrlmu- ScHaffner president, and -F. C. Woods, Oakr viilt. vice-presiilt-nt- af the" .ManUolia. ana T.uriTf jGrain Growers' Associanon MAJRKETS Winnipeg Grain Market Winnipeg, Jan. opened US closed July opened to assume ii unilorm'system of nruni- eipai accoimtrn'S'Tcr all 'Canadian cit- ies along rhe.lines advocated by the i financial "fororito. Tng.tnings which a city should count as the mayor, "are: the "sinking in ing-fund investment if any, lands, oniiaings. property, waterworks syetera, electric light system and so rorth, for these are live saleable as- sets, as the following snoutd not be bridges, side- .v.'aiKs, permanent, pavements, sewers, and, so forth. Letntiridge does -not include these mtter but many municipalities do, conseijuentiy. points out the mayor, "the assets in Lethbridge's financial statement do not figure up as high as tne assets of many cities of the same This fact ;ilso makes it very ajtticult for liond purchasers to com- pare'correctly the size and the finnn-l tne opinion 01 this convention being j cities.] that tne time has coine for a full aS-l vance m direction. The follow-j ing clauses or the committee to con-. sider the secretary's report was car- i ried. that.'the department or education j ue asKcd- to srj.ni per annum j in Ueu of fees from the various dls-: uiu.s: that the department of ed-> j plans i gel-news item? or- and iGtroux Co.T Fon Erie, paid." The gir! the A is on-every package. asd anteed-57 Jackson Cope. schools, of-which Dr. bdyce- t-ie convenor, was presented :ind It couclucied with a recommendation.that ttie committee'-be continued and the depannienc. be...urgecl to give the prob-, lem a test by m-aKing an experiment or experiments in cobsolidation with classes or other phases of consolidation under the favoraDJe Conditions, and a re- quest be made to publish the results or the experiment. This was carried and a further resoUitlon 'passed that the department of agriculture aud tDe department .or .education be request- ed to confer as to the most feasible scneme for introducing ;lie practical! teaching ot agrfcuitnre into scnoois of Alberta and report thei same ro the trustees association by j or before the nexc annual ,cial standing of tne "various whose bonds (hey are purchasinc. XjLJ. .Nor. cash wteat. I Nor. Keod SU; Uata L' C. W. No. H No. 4 4tj; Keed Flax No. 1 N. FJELDJNG ANO PATERSON BACK Uttitwa. Jan. s. Kieh lag awl Hon. William turned from Washington yesterday artcraoou refused to give the slightest hiM ot tHJ terms of the re- ciprocity trotty. TJK2LND f RUSiC. FA'CIFIC ELEVATOB- FOBT THLS reeeuily consfi-uctecl Elevator of the. Grand Trunk Pacific is of fire-proof construction throughout. It rc-Hts on over 11.000 piles, driven 50 feet in the irrouml. The foundations'fin loo j nc requested to supply plans of the piles are entirely of concrete} and above the concrete are the super-stru'otnres atu[ specjfications lor one and two bniit of re-info reed concrete find steel. Its capacity is 3.250.000 bnshels of grain, but is only one small section of fh> erroat system of elovat- ors which, -vvill in a few years, border the docks of the Terminal. The plans show three-great piers devoted to the grain traffic. On each side of each is to be built a worlcinjr elevator to nnlflad" in a 10-hour.dny 200 freight cars loaded with grain and to drop 75.000'bushels of grnin every hour of tho day if required into lake vessels lying- alongside tlie elevators." Each working" will Imve-connested wiih ius stpragft. elevetors to hold 10.000.000 fxishels. And this is on each the three piers. Two hnndivr! cars in a 10-honr. day. 400 cars in a 20-honr day. at six places, means cars a day when all of ihe i interest iiorived from monies obtained; elevators are finished. Three hundred thousand bushels an hour into vessels: 10.000.000 bushels .storage iroui the sale or school lands: thar'i a! each working'elevator: bushels at six. ivorkins elevators. It is a plan for the fntiiro. but ior a futui-e jvhick no one .who knows the grain country, vrilL he Billing to deny capable, of arriving. roomed schools for the use of the requn'ing them: tt-atj tue govurnirieut be re-'iuested to pivoj otriciai recosiutloii to cieraentary home manual training,