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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Mny TTTK PAILY HERALD GEORGE ANGUS FARM LANDS 116 SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY PROPERTY A BARGAIN One iScclioji, 500 acics rtmily for crop. Will soil or rcul, an acre. Special Snaps Fine eleven acre tract Fruit land adjoining the town- site of Cy lightly timbered; four acres partly cleared. .Four- fine- lots close "to Hotel, Bow Isliuid. 'hest buy in the old townslte, no sub- division, at ?2GU each. Three Hue lots also large JHcCulloch Addition, Kipp, .'Vlfi0 each. Corners (175.00, close to new hotel. flvo roomed cottage close to hotel, lot 25 x 25, dhe fiiio '00 foot business also .-two good res- L lots, 5200 each Pin- cher City All or any of the above on small cash paynlent and easy terms. W.J.Williams OWNER 1212 Ave S Lethbndge FIELDING OR KING MAY RUN Former Cabinet Ministers Are, now Talked of 1 in Kootenay Crnnbrook, May -Tho Herald TWO BAD RUNAWAYS OCCUR AT CARDSTON faajs The of air Ed Alal- Mrs. Ivins Seriously In- Escape of Children t (Special to the Herald; May looked to be a most .paiinful and oven fatal ac- cident occurred hero this' afternoon about 2 o'clock.' Mrs. Bd. gether with four small children, all un- der the age of eight years, hat! been driving out towards the St. Mary's bridge. They were just .returning, to town, when coining down the hUhst the north end of tilain. street, the team seemed ;to get the upper hand of the driver and gained a rapid jw.ce almost before it could be realized by her. While coming at the rate of a fair carnage struck a wooden i culvert which wns lu bad aiid threw Mrs.- Ivins over the dash-board, to which she clung one hand. The frightened little tots screamefl and cried, which, together drHer hanging lop, the floom in Flax Seed FOJK SALE ALSO Chicken Feed Being Flax Screen- ings- W. R. Dobbin Sherlock Block. nothing more than alight scratches wore found. was'picl.'ed up and car- ried into the hotel and tho two doctors Stacpole and Lynn were called at once re-porting'the staled injuries, and also stating that she would recover from the effects of the severe crush- ing unless further wore dis- covered. She'is, however, hi a deli- cate condition and the accident will be one that will take some time for her .to fully overcome even with the best of care. The'Run-Away Duplicated The team rushed on down the Main Street which was crowded with teams and people, and near thp drug store ran amuuk against, the .outtllt of Mr.; Joseph Pilling of, Kimball, who was! in his carriage holding' the] lines and earing .for two small child-1 ren, waiting for the mother io do some j of Mr. Filling's1 eariage was broken completely in and his team were so frightened, that Jiey ran away-with his dragging the wobling carriage for almost two blocks when diiectly in front of Mrs. Orson Caldu ell's rooming house, they into an electric light pole, throwing the children, >again this time, clear of the rig and they ran out of the way more frightened than anything else. Mr. PilMng- however, sustained a very pain- ful wound.; A wheel of the upturned carriage struck'him on the forehead and face, ..necessitating Dr. Lynn's take some sixteen stitches in .the long ugly gash. Mrs Leigh B. Yotuig Mi E.ersfleld and Mr out ot .side m'vestors are being attracted in lumbeimen, (Joes not the nay.'of hoises, carriage and drlv- many instances appeal Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially picked, at per- ton Tlie'Bentley limited PRAYING OF ALL KINDS. Transfer Co., Ltd. rreiaht Shedi 46a lew Barnes Coal Miiie Mine Run of Screenings, by the ton or carload lots. c. o. n, appear tp appeal to the hidebounc Tories Whi'at the Libeials have so fiii1 taHen no defia'ts aci'on the mutter securing __ a candidate being desirous rathereof best interest us ai the Koot all purely party considerations, it maj be that -oteps will to be taken to contefat the e veil f it tg not impiobable that one of thejnem- beis ot the late LibeiaJ cabinet, de- feated' in the laetV general el-action, may be. invited to stand for Kootenay in the Liberal interests. The names of Messrs. Fielding and MacKenzie mentioned in this connec- tion; Wall Tumbled With Frightful, Results (Continued, from front In the factory were 160 tO'-lTO girl? on the flats in the neighborhood which the walls fell there were'40 girls, peis, packers and paper makers The three upper flfitS tfere unoccu- Iilbd. Black -nas standing at a stitching machine vheii the wall gave y The machine touiHed on her, but'she :Avas fijf enough away to escape. The most seriously injured-is Mrs. Thompson. The'radans'of'Airs.'-Thom- pson attracted the rescuing parties, .nd she was taken a mass o: debris, moukls' aiid 'kettles. Her legs are broken, and. her body appeared to be badly crushed, It. is feared she will die. MAGRATH'SNEW HOTEL OPENED Picks Woolf as Coming- Man AUTOMOBILES TIRES ACCESSORIES s We handle the following lines of Automobiles; Flanders L M. F. 30, The Wonderful Overlands; The Oakland and Olds- mobile, and have a sample of nearly every model on hand for'your inspection. TIRES We handle I he Diamond, Gooclycru and Thmlop Tires, and have a full block of all sixes always on hand. ACCESSORIES Wo carry a full line of accessories of all kinds, such as Jacks, Tire Repair Outfits, Horns, Ilorn Bulbs, Batteries, Presl-o-lilc tanks Etc. etc. REPAIR DEPARTMENT Our repair department is in charge ot men who thoroughly under- stand their business, and we guar-antee satisfaction. EXTRA PARTS For the Flanders, E. M. F. 30., and Cars we carry a full line of new parts, so I hat in case of breakage replacement can meal slightest fms found a full stock of thr best lines ot t hV n i M ai tides A cigai, tobacco, ami overcoming ail foul, Nauseous odon news'counter., .is .also located; there, i from the breath. the lobb> Jb npt large it is al-j Ask your pharmacist to show you Iraclnc, clean and well-lighted formula Plainly printed on each il joOceiit case of Papas Diapensin. then d.nmg is all that could be dr-lyou ]eadlly understand why this ircd, and the travelling public aroiproraptly cures indigestion and pleased with the new hotel. In the.moves such symptoms as Heartburn, Basement wilt be located a pool lull, ,ft Deling like a lump of lead m the and barbn shop, conducted bj Mr. "e j18 ant'J Erilcta" Millci, and this part, of the building Ilca'Se, ra8 is non hcnig made rcadj the livturrs Mr Kirbj GOT OFF WITH FIVE YEAR TERM _____________, Druggist who Prcparec Drink Which Caused 89 Deaths Berlin May 4 trial begun on Match 26th of the men cluigtid vitl being lesponsible for alcohol poisons "which occurred at Christina? among the inmates of the Municipal Night, Shelter toi Homeless, ended A Schmach, who prepared tlic deadly was sentenced to t five imprison- ment Tu n named Zas- trovv, and Mevn, were each, given nioiitiis in jail The indictment agjinsl accused specified 89 cases of death, and Ihe of total, blindness from effects of wood alcohol poison- ing, and alleged'Violation puro lood law bv the picpaialion and sell- ing of harmful substitutes., and thus causing serious bodily harm The fig- ure 89 as the number ot draths was laken meich foi enicncc. Manv more deaths in the past, it is known, due to wood alco- hol poisoning and the sale of llic de- leterious liquor is knoun to been going on for jcais and to rccchCjinany other bad ssmptoms, and, be- complimented on Ins enterprise, such an iip-lo-rtale hotel. It, prove a splendid advertisement! is lo bejs'des, vou vill not need laxatives to j-or k-oep 30111 stomach, ami intes t tines clean and fresh, wl" If your stomach is sour and full of -T. K. Roberts, the well known contrac- tor, did tlic pkinning ami riwcrt Brotheis did the paint- ing. GERMAN .DIPLOMAT DEAD Berlin, May Von BOU- :nig8en died sudfinly here yesterday He was (he First governor of C.ermhn Guinea, and a son of lhe noted national; leader Rudolph, who died on Aiwwt 7, 1U02. gas, or your food doesn't digest, and lyour meals don't seem to fit, why not Ifict a iiO-cunt case' from your druggist and'make life worth living? Absolute relief from Stomach misery and per- fect digestion of anything you eat ia sure to follow five minutes after, and besides, one 50-cent case is sufficient to cure a whole family of .such trouble. Surely, a harmless, fnexpeiistvo pre- paration like Papo's Diapepsfn, .which always, eiihcr af daytime or dur- ing night, relieve stomach misery: iind dlgesf, your n'leals. about us: liundy and, valuable a tlilnir as yo-j STEREOTYPERS JOIN PRESSMEN THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED 1855 Record of Progress for Five 1906 1911 Capital Kescrve Deposits Loans Investments Total Assets Has branches in Canada, 'and Agents and in alh the Principal Cities in 'the World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at brunches Interest allowed at highest, current1 rate. Lethbridge Branch. K.D.Johnson, Manager OF CANADA V Chicago, 111., The strike of the pressmen on tlie principal Chicago 'papers took a more 'serious aspect early today, when the stcreotypers in all of the offices affected, left their work in sympathy with the original strikers, 'This makes the third union to join in the strike, the wagon driv RTS having previously quit work. The walkout of the stcreotypers com pelled nuhlishera to con-dense the morning papers. Only one edition was issued, and this was without any ad- vertisements. H was expected that the afternoon papers would net simul- taneous, and Issue only one edition in condensc-d form. There was a demonstration in front of several newspaper offices, tho chief of which was Madison and Dearborn wi recta, where a largo number of men say it was'done by some ot the rough clement, which had collected.there. No one was Injured, but lhe police made several arrests. Newspaper wagons, itider of policemen, were OfidcU ai the lime of the 'shooting. Paid-ni; CapfaMut A Joint Account' m the Union Bant of-" is the best place for the family fuads. Bither of two or more persons can deposit or withdraw money as desired when in town a very convenient arrangement. In of death the balance goes to the surviror without any legal formalities. Ask the Manager about this form of Account. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.....0 R. TINNING, MiniJW GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A B. KING, Act'f. Manigtr LONDONrENG.. MMNCB. TkKMuedlc. St. tC, F. W. ASHE. 6. M. C. MABTT mm. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PREWBINT ALEXANDER LAIRD, OtMtntL MANAOCR CHEQUES CAPITAL TRAVELLERS' Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to curry money when travelling. They are negotiable everywhere, and the'exact amount payable in prin- cip.ll foreign countries is printed on the face of evciy cheque. are issued in denominations of and UH And be obtained on application at the I3.'tnk. In connection with its -Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Sink of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "inform.iiioh of Interest to thoM to which sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G, K, ;