Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10 The Lethbridge Pally Herald Saturday, March ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOP. MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY EDDY'S Have been the Leading LIgat of Canada. Progressive activity ano the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date IpDY "SILENT" PALOK MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making- Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One SPOKANE TO HOUSE CLEAN E. B. Eddy Coy Ltd. Whole City Will Be Beauti- fied In One Day Spokane, Wash., March ty thousand men, women and grown- up boys and Rills, or hall the popu- lation of Spokane, have been enlisted by the One Hundred and Fifty Thou- sand Club to Participate iti the fourth annual cleaning day, the date for which will be fixed at the next meet- ing of the organization. C. Herbert j former mayor of Spokane, who recently assumed the office of president and general manager the organization without salary for a Serious Charges are Made I have 'lvc JTdred: i OL brigades in the Held within two 'the MerC'llUlltS Sltiweeks to organise the various squads THE FAMOUS FRUIT MEDICINE Performs Another Miraculous Cure in the City of Toronto. SAD POSITION OF AGED EMPRESS PARIS KKL1KF FINDS ASTRAY Mrs. Lizzie Baiter was a helpless cripple from Rheumatism. She suffered tortures for a year in spite ot the best medical treatment. Five boxes of "Fniit-a-tives" completely cured her. "MUSS ill Silent Salesmen Showcases as a means of displaying your goods are unrivaled. Ouv system of manufacture en- ables us to offer you high grade salesmen at prices you cannot secure elsewhere. Write us. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE, CO. Tilsonburg, Ont. plain ceived ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO.WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, A5ta Distributors S. Pratt will declare eiv'c> holiday early in April, when manufacturing, wholesale and retail concerns will donate the use of their trams arid vehicles to haul the gar- bage to the incinerating plant, while the combustible material will be des- troyed in the less frequented streets and vacant lots. Three thousand im-mbt'rs of the One Hundred and Fif- ty Thousand Club will assist in the yearly house-cleaning, which work i is to be completed within twenty- iour hours, after which ten thousand pupils from the two high ana twen Uy-six grade schools will plant flower j and seeds and set out shade j trees, vines ami shrubs under the di- 1 rection of the City Beautiful cornmit- pose of supplying needy mere mum-1 Q[ organixatlon with small sums with which to re-j morp Umi illwsanA na'oilitate their business ruined by' at work last said Mildred Simmons, secretary of club, "and at the close of the day Spokane was as neat and clean as a 4 HOME TORONTO, ONT., December 1909. ave Re-1 From of Funds Asked Paris, Mar. charges that the relief funds in the hands of the au- thorities have been misdirected are container in resolutions adopted at a mass meeting of merchants here to day. The funds, wh._.. were subscrib etl by the French government and by foreign nations, were intended ?'or tlu relief of the destitute and for the pur- OF if Cure qnicKly stops couRlis. cures colas, heals ihe tKroai aad luncs. '25 ..oods. The merchants are complaining thati ijey have received little or nothin irom the distributors. Their resolu- cion calls upon the autnorities for quick aid ior the sufferers and de- uuinds an immediate acounting ot the I millions subscribed and awaiting dis- tribution. RESOLUTIONS OF FOKESTRY new pin. Every part of the city was covered by voltintwr workers and thr entire plan was carried out without the expenditure of a penny cither by the city or our club, then under the direction of Harrv .1. Neclv." "I a terrible sufferer from Rheumatism for nearly a year, and my right arm was swollen ami the pain was fearful. All down the right side, the pain was dreadful and I could hardly move for the agony. I was treated by two physicians but their medicine did me no good, and I tried numerous other remedies but received 310 benefit. I was simply a helpless cripple and suffered from Rheumatism all during last winter. I saw "Fruit-a-tives" advertised in the "Telegram" and decided to try this remedy. After I had taken one box, I was much better and the pain much less, and 1 continued the treatment with good hopes. When I had taken three boxes, I so well that use my arm again and the pain was practically gone, and after I had tnken five boxes, I was, entirely well no pain uo and now I am just as well as I ever was The cure of my case by "Fniit-a-tives" was ir.cleed splendid because all the doctors failed to even relieve me of my suffering. For the sake of others who may stiffer from this terrible disease, Rheumatism, I voluntarily give you permission to publish this statement. MRS. I.IZZIE BAXTER. It maybe stated, without hesitation, that "Fruit-a-tives" is the only remedy that will actually cure Rheumatism, Sciatica and Lumbago. "Fruit-a-tives" is made from fruit juices, and contains SAXICINE obtained from Oranges. 'Owing to its marvellous action on the bowels, kidneys and "Fruit-a-tives" prevents the formation of Uric Acid, which is the prime cause of Rheumatism. And with the stomach clean, the liver active, the bowels regular, the kidneys strong and the skin it is utterly impossible to have Rheumatism. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world that acts directly on all these organs and cures them. There is no other remedy "just the same" as "Fruit-a-tives" or "just as good as Fruit-a-tives" Insist on having "Fruit-a-tives" for only by taking "Fruit-a-tives" can you cure yourself of Rheumatism. At all dealers, 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial box 250. or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. The original of Mrs. Baxter's well as the original of all other testimonials publis.fted by may be seen at the office of Fnlit-a-tives Limited, 386-tta BdTik Sin Ottawa, Ontario. BAXTER ASSOCIATION NEW DISEASE OF THE APPENDIX New Mar. cable Ottawa. March Canadian despatches received here today say' Forestry Association held its. llth that a fresh series of Indictments i annual meeting here yesterday. Re- has been brought against the appen- j solutions passed favoring forest re- cix as a cause of human suffering: servo of the whole eastern slope of WILL CLOSE IF MINERS PERSIST. SENATOR COBB PRESIDENT _____ OF NEW YORK SENATE Albany, March Geo. H. Cobb of Watertown was formally j installed as president pro teni of the j senate today. Obeying the decision INSURANCE BILL TO THE COMMONS ALL QUIET IN QUAKER CITY DOING Cnnnot Grant the Ten Cents Increase Asked For, Operators Declare. C'lacunnati. Ohio, March by the Royal Society of Medicine j the Rockies, asking adequate fire pro- a general discussion of the last night's caucus the Republican there.. Twenty-four operation cases: tpcrion i'.ong railways, conservation, i of miners of soft coal in niembers voted for him unanimously symptoms were of water powers, reservation of for- to an at head waters of all streams, appendix operation were and the formation of permanent for- reserves in ull those districts. j. B. PERKINS DEAD in which the chief stomach pains due nized disease of -the described. Cases in operation were undertaken for a supposed ulcer, er in the stomach or in 'the adjoining1 intestines, -to find that these! _ parts were normal while the appendix I Washington, March 11. Represent- W3S diseased. j.ative Jas. Breck Perkins of Roche-s- Dr. Robert J. Patterson, who read j ter, X. Y.F died early this morning at a paper on this subject suggested 'the j Gar field hospital after an illness of name "appendicular gastrial gia" for several weeks. He sufferetl from a the new disease .en account of its malignant intestinal disorder that most 'prominent symptom, a stomach caused his pain due to disease of the appendix, i his life. the central competitive Held which but those who fought his embraces Ohio. Indiana and Western i nigh: for eight hours made it Pennsylvania. The operators, as on i clear that they -would not have a- Ottawa, March insurance' bill was given third reading in the today and will be sent to the i Commons at once. Senator Beuiue; i offered an amendment to the clause, election ni-lkinS participating policyholders i no: to be held liable to contribute j to meet losses ;is members of com- the dis- Philadelphui, March pre- vailed here today and peace measures were again the subject of earnest cussion in connection witii the gen- eral strike situation. There was lack ot definiteness in the peace negotia- tions, however, and while the busi- ness interests of the city hopes to be Paris .Mar. have lived; iuive- been what 1 have been; 1 do not ask or more. 1 am not to be remem- bered, I am Die past. 1 am the dls- bomon exists a mirage, i shadow, a phantom, a living sorrow." So spoke with the Infinite grief that possesses her, the Empress Eugenie to an Italian Journalist at her villa, Cymes, Cape Martini, In the itiverJa. Sne, who was the lovely Empress of the French, whose husband died an exiie at Chislehurst, lOugiand: whose son, the Prince Imperial was killed by Zulu assagais; she, whose boudoir was entered through the, church door, permitted herself to be interviewed, tiiis journalist says, Eighty-five years of age, .the once Countess of broke the re- serve which she has nourished aud maintained for well nigh forty years. my past and my said the woman who reigned with j.'oleon III. "there exists not half a century, but ten creations. Men have changed, times have changed. Men no longL'r pursue historic she added, sighing, as if regretting the gallantry of the second Empire. Dream That is Dissipated. The interviewer remarked that not ail the stories of all the court ladles could equal in interest what she could tell of the reign of Napoleon III., the sovereign whom she helped to lift to fiis height, whom she helped to drag to ins fall. she saki, tvo.mly, "it is a London. Mar. Bristol cor-[ Corinth, X. Y.. March j nights lodging. The old conpk? gladly respondent o: the Canadian between the lines of three com- j consented and plied him -.vitii i-ited Press wires that panies of the New York National ;tions. told them ther t lie jtrbred thai the higher cost of living the. I caucus in accordance with and Col Davidson of the Can-i and a squad of iifty detectives! son had prospered in America, rh aciian Northern Railway, are holding; one iumdreci non union men were es-1 (Przenikowski) had also m hit-: conferences with the French and coned inro the mills of the Interna- j pocket as a result .of lonir years of .sav German consuls. The conference. H-ioal paper couipay hero today. They! ing. is said Would Prevent Publication of Race Meeting Reports Malcomb CJihhs. for many years in- jspcctor ann gcnf-ral of the West bt. Cathannos.. Ont, March 11.- crn Assurance Co. in Toronto, died bratistics of the present session of consuls. is in line "with the company j come from at the Corinth) Alter the old couple rose line, which when establish-! station they were greeted by a large and strangled tho visitor in bed. The ed will secure labor with which to, party of strikers who, however, of- build the company's remaining rail-'fered no violence. The striking paper vr.iy exten-sions in Canada. makers decided at :i meeting today Ir. is imcerstodd that on the estab-jnot to oppose the entrance of strike marks o lishment of the Canadian Northern I breakers into the mills, and discovered were horror stricken to find a pass port bearing their own name. They oiuyr documents and from the body of the mar ..ey had killed thei; West, now heing held in this city, is by far the largest since the forma-, tion of the lodge here rlfty years] ago. no less than 384 delegates hav-1 ing presented their credentials. i The lodge put itself on record in i favor of more stringent law to pre-' vpnt publication by newspapers ofj reports of race meetings and more particularly of bookmaking at such i nu-etincs. !at Grimsbv Ont. at tho. lilie Great tiie belief that the non union men own son- Overwhelmed with remors i -___.. ,-t_ t f 1O f) fi i, r jhome of his ilanghtrr, Mrs. L. NelU-s. M. (Sibbs, Vancouver, is a son. ents ihroughout Great Britain pvill be unable to do .the work ngea fatner wrolc t1le aurnoritier for the Canadian erly done by rhe strikers. thorn of the circumstances. J_____________ Then he and his wife hanged them- from a bolt in Uieir living-room. w.iy a will act as agents company. The CONM.EE BILL FOR WINNIPEG CANAL ce ARGENTINE CATTLE QUESTION BEFORE BRITISH HOUSE DR-MORSE'S London. March to the Irisli question in the Commons j (today. BirrrM explained the character: ot the Argentine rattle represents-1 tions lip snid that, the Argentine! government claimed that owing to [the absence of foot and mouth dis-! [c-nso for a year tho animals should i acrain be admitted into Great Britain i foi slaughter at the port of landing.; JTlioir reprrsentriTions are under con-1 sideriiion and tho Irish department is in communioation with i.ho British; j I'.onrd of Agriculture. Birrell added that no quosrion arisos as to portanoo of storo cattlp. I '__________________i Edison Thonograph BANK DID NOT SUFFER PILLS Cure Biliousness For Sale Everywhere at 35c. per Box. THROUGH MISCARRIAGE; Toronto, March of the i Dominion Brink today deny that they i ssuffvrod nny loss through miscarriage- i hrtwoon Windsor and Toronto on Feb. S of containing paper and; notos of bank amounting to Tho it is stated, consistod mostly of cheques and iJrafts, mont for which xvas promptly stop- pod. duplicates being obtainod. An Edison Phonograph can be bought for your price whether it is or a higher price up to all playing both Amberol and Standard Records. But you cannot measure the Phono- graph by money. Whether the price is or it is not much to pay for an instrument that will last a lifetime, which will furnish you good music every day, which will furnish you better entertainment than you can buy In any other way, which will teach your children to love the best music, which will bring into your own home what other people pay large sums and go a long distance to hear. Edison Standard Records ioc Edison Anbcrol Records (twice as lone) (150 Edison Grand Opera Records 850 Tlicrc arc Edison dealers everywhere. Go to the nearest and hear the Edison Phonograph play bosh Edison Standard and Amberol Get complete catalogs from your or from us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY Mr N. J, U. 5. A. Four hundred Barnardo children sail Ottawa, .March bill wi yesterday on the Allan liner 'i tini- j foi the incorporation of company sian 'or Canada. A large perc-iituge which proposes to buUd a canal from j of emigrants sailing this mouth and j Lake Winnipeg to Lake Superior, re-i in April arc going to Ontario, j.forred to the special committee of j the Commons railway cornmittce this to inquire into the cicsir- of the project. The commit-! tee was composed of .Messrs. Congdon I Conmee. Xesbit. Boyce and Haggart. jTlie bill opposed by F. H. Chry- sler on hohalf of the city of NVinni- i peg the ground that the company would water power ow the Vinnipfg rivc-r where Winnipeg is water plnni for furl her needs. Had a Bad Cough For a Number of Years. 4 M Mrs. A.E. Ot.tawa.Ont., writes I have Iiad very bscl cough every VETERAN i FINISHED HIS FIGHT Now York. Alex. .Robert Chisliold, formerly LTnut. Col. or tlie staff of General Bean regard the army of the Confederacy, is dnd at his homo in this nty after an illness of about a month. i Col ohishoia born ii, jss-i at S. C. Ho served through- ;out tbo entire war and took part in i tho Blnok Horse cavalry charge at b.-itle of Bull Run and in other tM trios. WATCH FOK THE C. T. KVEXT Was 4- Afraid of -4r winter for a number Consumption. -4- of years which I -t- afraid would turn f4ft44tf4- into consumption. I (ricd a great many remedies but only received tcmoorary relief untH 1 got a bottle of Dr. Nonv.iy Pine .Syrup, and after taking two bottles my cough was cured. T am never without a bottle of Norway Pine Syrup." Too mnch stress be taid on fact that when a person catches cold rt must be attended to immediately ot rtiuits may toiiow. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup ic tht medicine you need. It strikes at foundation of nil thront and lung com- plaints, relieving or curing all Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis. Croup, Asthma, Sort Throat, etc., and preventing Pneumonia and Consumption. So great has been the success of thii wonderful remedy it is only natural that numerous persons have tried to imitate it. Don't be .rriijcsed Hpoa but insist getting "Dr. Wood's." Put up in a yellow wrapper; thrw pine trees the trade mark; price 2f cents. Manufactured only by T. Hilbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.